I kept looking for suspention to falter, looking for a excuse to upgrade even spoke to Aaron about finding the weak link ( I know the weak link is the rear shock) but I wanted to have a reason for droping 1100 for a new Pensky,and just couldn't find one. Aaron said it might take 5 hr. of one on one to figure out where the susp. could improve. He was kind enough to tow me around for a couple of sessions and said the current set up was dialed in as far as he could tell. I think as riders we are often looking for things to fix a problem and really it is our own lack of concentration or understanding of what we are asking the bike to do. Being smooth in transition, be it on and off the brakes ,or body position setting up for a brake zone or corner,to applying throttle on exit. Practice is the most important thing we can do so the effect we have on the bike is consistent. Track time is the best,but for most of us it is precious. I was stoked heading into this year as a new track was scheduled to open only a hr from my home this spring,then it was pushed back to summer then fall now it's next spring. I was planing 20 or more days riding on the track now I'll be lucky to get 5.So it comes down to being aware of the things we are asking the bike to do and finding places to practice doing if right ,not just being the sack of potatoes on the bike.
If you love your bike let it go ,if it comes back you highsided.