Hello all! Not one to post on forums much but I figured since this is a topic I don't feel there is much info out there about I thought I'd start one. Especially since I am having issues getting to the bottom of it myself. Basically I have a KTM 125 SX 2013 Model with WP CC forks at the front. I installed Racetech Gold Valves all round front and rear. With G2R Style base valve for the forks. Also installed a rebound separator valve and Racetech bladder in the rear. Since then I have probably never had a point where I have been fully happy with the setup. And the service from Racetech isn't great here in Aus. My issue is that the forks especially have always felt harsh and like there is way to much movement at the bars hitting bumps. But also feels like the bottom resistance could be better. The back is pretty much the same though I would have less complaints about it. But still doesn't track or grip as well as I think it should. And bottoms to easily. I'm wondering if there is anyone familiar with this suspension and the Racetech valves. And would be able to see any straight up issues with the stacks supplied. I have attached documents with the info I supplied Racetech regarding weight and riding style, and the stacks they supplied based on that. But I'm not sure if they will appear as I am hoping. I am running slightly stiffer springs than in the initial recommendation but they said this wouldn't require changes in the stack. Which I find hard to believe. And I also spoke briefly with a suspension expert in Aus. Who said the problem was more than likely at the mid valve. But didn't want to disclose more without me paying him to do the work. I'd also just like to note that I have never pulled the forks apart to find that the inner cart rod does not extend all the way. And I have never found the valves spinning freely after disassembly. So I belief my procedure for rebuilding the forks is correct and they function correctly. Any help would be greatly appreciated! I feel this info will be good to have out there online if it can be resolved in some way. Look forward to hearing from you all!
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