Hey fellas! My front end on my Yamaha SR is as soft as shite, and bounces around uncontolably at speeds, resulting in the dreaded tank slap. It's not very surefooted, and after having a knowledgable friend of my look at it - just as i suspected, the front end is muchas too soft and has a disproportionate amount of rebound in it. So, a few things are going to happen to 'er - sadly it's even too soft for a heavier weight oil. First of all, some springs and some heavier weight oil and if it's still too soft, some air caps. If I still haven't solved the problem it's getting some racetek gold valves slipped in and away I go. After that I'll looking at a set of ohlins piggybacks some for the rear. (When i sell my first born to raise funds.) Anyway, asking around for some advice has been a nightmare. It seems everybody has a strong opinion if i should get linear or progressive wound springs for the front, but nobody can really back up the theory with anything but loose rhetoric. But I've heard both from people's who's experience does count. So, weigh in - which way should i go, and in layman's terms, why? Cheers in Advance!