Hello All I’m kind of newish on here, an occasional writer who lives in CM. I dropped into Ian’s X Centre recently to ask him this question but unfortunately he was elsewhere. My question is for Ian Bungy & collective audience on GT Rider. I’ve a DTracker 250 which by all reports (& from my own experience). seems to have good quality suspension units, but poor springing. At front its too hard initially, yet dives too much under brakes. On rear its just plain old hard. I’m about 71-74kg, depending on how much I’ve indulged in the usual sins. Does Ian or anyone know of anyone making or importing quality springs for front and rear MC suspension, or am I best advised to just source RaceTech, MotoPro or Eibach product by whatever means I can arrange from off shore? The Project Build a 310GS style bike, (dual sport / adventure), but faster, 30kg lighter, just as comfortable at half the price. With Adv. spec in mind I’ve fitted non standard 3” x 17” rear & 2.15” x 19” Alloy rims. Only issue is the limited 19” front tyre choice in TH. I want a slimmer trad. 90/80 but theres only 100/90 in quality adv. tyres. Stock Kaw seat with horizontal top & vertical sides may be MX fashionable, but its dreadful on long rides. I removed its cover, lowered & reshaped its profile chamfering its sharp corners into curves, & replaced the cover. (Thanks YouTube). Its far better, with twice time before it gets painful, but still not a real solution. With a new GS310 seat at THB12,000, I found a seat of similar style I can mod. to suit from another source. My background is MC industry & components so I like to do all I can myself. Real suspension quality, ride-ability and reliability is most important to me now. If you are building something like this, drop me a message on here & we can pool info. The Kaw KLX / DTracker seems overshadowed in Thailand by the Honda CRF, a shame in many ways. For those with the inclination theres suspension & height, electronic mods, factory built in cam mods, 300cc (& more) kits to make a KLX or DTr. handle, go, climb with a rideability to challenge anything in its size / price bracket.