For the first month of riding, the only drastic and noticeable change I made was softening the compression two clicks on the Showa SFF fork and slowing down the rebound on the Showa shock by one click. These changes were small, yet effective. With more seat time and riding rougher tracks, I found the bike lacking the straight-line stability and comfort I experienced while riding it on smoother tracks. To fix this, I went another two clicks softer on compression, which took away the slight harshness and headshake I was experiencing on rough straights. I left the changes I made to the shock, as it stayed plush and settled nicely in corners and ruts. Those small changes made the bike work better on all of the tracks I’ve been riding lately, both smooth and rough.