Time to rethink my suspension. I have a 2011 YZ450 with stock suspension and a YAMALINK "Race" lowering link. At 5'7" I was having trouble touching the ground so I added the link to lower the seat height. At 190lbs I was already at the top (or above) of the limits of the stock shock spring and with the effects of the link I started bottoming hard once I got back to racing speed. At my last race I was running 2nd and bottomed hard enough off a flat landing jump to stop the rear wheel on the fender stalling the engine. By the time I get back from Afghanistan I will be below 180lb (pre injury weight)...just to complicate things more. I already have done a bunch of mods to this bike (DR.D rad-lowering kit, MRD exhaust, Radiators, Cycra Radiator scoops/intake, EBC 270mm front brake kit, Quick Turn throttle, and GYTR tuner) and think the suspension will be the finish piece to make it perfect for me. I loved how the link let me touch the ground a little better but hate what it did to the action. I plan on having my suspension redone at Pro-Action but am up in the air about what to do about the linkage. Should I go back to the stock link and have it lowered, get a less aggressive link, or just buy a stiffer spring leaving the link?