The SV shock is serviceable, but not worth the effort. Other compatible shocks utilize nitrite coated stems for reduced stiction, and have common size springs (unlike the bastard on the stocker).
K3-4 forks are easily re-valved, but K5+ forks are another matter. Schmidt314 did a really good write-up on what's involved with K5+ forks....and it ain't a walk in the park if you're not prepared.
Changing springs and putting the correct amount of the correct oil in makes a world of difference, and I encourage everyone to do it. The worst aspect of improving the front end, is that it makes you more aware of how bad the back end is. So doing them both, right from the start is a better idea.
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