Upgrading fork internals is a great thing to do, but judging from the type of riding you described you do, i wouldn't recommend it. Not worth it really if you don't ride track imo.
you would be much better off investing 40-50 dollars for a professional tuning/race shop to get your suspension dialed in. You will probably see enough improvement in the feel of your suspension and the handling of your bike that you will completely throw away the idea of investing in new fork internals right now.peanut said:I'm leaning towards not upgrading, but at least starting to learn and setup my suspension for me. I'm 6'2, 220# - the stock settings (which I've never touched) are probably for a ~175# rider. Will simply adjusting my suspension for me be a good enough start for now?
Well as far as spring rate and preload goes you're on the other end of the spectrum. It does give you a Hp advantage though.Huntstyle said:Ahhhh...I love being 135 lbs!