Hi folks. Just getting some input hopefully here. I have been getting my '00 426 set up for my weight and speed, and am running .49 front springs and a 6.0 rr spring. I am a 240lb Int. MX'er, and these springs are just about right. My ride height is OK, free sag is fine, and fork sag is just about right as well. The problem I am having is severe bottoming of both shock and fork. I can bottom both hard on SX style takeoff ramps, and on flat landings, like missing a landing ramp by overjumping. Also whoops can cause hard bottoming, as well as the deep rollers on loamier tracks, like at VP this past weekend. Not just a soft bottoming out, but a rather hard one. Now I can tune most of it out in the fork by increasing the oil level, but of course the shock is different. Amy tips before I have to revalve these puppies? FYI, I can go to max on compression adjusters and STILL bottom on heavy low speed compression loads. The suspension works decently except under those conditions. Seems to be a low speed compression damping issue...and probably going to have to go into the valve stack to fix it. I would prefer to make the stock suspension be acceptable, and am willing to give up some small bump compliance to make the bottoming resistance better. Now I realize I am not exactly lightweight LOL, but I can't be the only "heavyweight" Int. level rider...can I ? BTW, any good suspension tuners in the Houston, TX area?