As to the Enzo modified suspension issue I had with the rear shock, due to some stock parts, the suspension overheated and malfunctioned. After a 30-minute moto, I thought I had gotten a rear flat tire, so I stopped and saw that the tire was ok, I kept riding and the shock would not follow its full stroke. When the shock was compressed from immediate impact, the shock would remain compressed and the rear would stay low, like if the sag was lowered to the max. After I pulled off the track and went to go rest, I took off my gloves, touched the shock canister and it was a lot hotter than normal to the point were it almost burned my fingers. I poured some cold water on it and let it cool down for my second moto. The first five laps of my second moto, the shock felt better but it still was malfunctioning, it felt like the shock was just working the spring only. The next day I took the suspension to Enzo and Kaz, one of the coolest dudes at Enzo, repaired it by replacing the shock piston with a 2009 piston because he said that the newer pistons were not as strong as the older 2009 pistons.