Hi guys, sorry I havn't replied sooner, been working a lotMentioned compression to help with his weaving on the long sweepers. :dunno
Sometimes when we think the front is the problem, it turns out the back was either too rigid or too soft. Flash when you're on these long sweepers, I'm assuming you're on the gas pretty hard?
Wayne Rainey used to compromise the bike's handling on the slow tight stuff so that on the long sweepers he could slide the rear with abandon...
Best way to improve it is make the adjustments at the location where this is happening. Heat up the suspension then take some runs through those areas and make adjustments one click at a time. Also note tires used and tire pressures.
You are right, on long sweepers I'm going as fast as the bike allows
Anyway thanks for all the replies, I'm going to wait a couple of weeks until all my new offsets are made then move the offset closer to what I'm used to
I dont want to make loads of adjustments to my dampning before the geomtry feels right again
I'll let you know what happens when I get the new parts