All of my R1's have had factory suspension settings/components then I got hooked on track days….an enclosed trailer, track prepped R6 and as much cow skin as a dairy farm...now I'm very interested in suspension tuning. Track bike= 2007 R6r beut, it has stock forks and shock. Its obviously had some suspension tuning done, judging by the "suspension tuning by ….." stickers on the forks and shock. I don't remember who it was done by and I took off the stickers because I thought they looked dumb. I had the bike at mid ohio and Mark Junge (I think his name, owns mcjmotorsports) took some preload out of the front end for me. We also did the zip tie on the front fork trick. When I was unloading the bike after that track day I noticed a significant different in the height of the rebound screws. As it turns out I had about 13 clicks difference in the adjusters. :jacked The only thing i can think of is the PO started to adjust them and his ADD kicked in. I don't feel that bad because Mark knows what he's doing and missed it:jacked Anyhow, long story short I crashed a couple times, changed tires (old race tires don't stick, it hurt finding out) and now trying to sort out some suspension issues. If you made it this far, my question is just how bad would the handling be if the rebound was say for instance 13 clicks off between forks?