as any of you who may have ridden or own an er6 may know the fornt end is a bit on the firm side and the bike tends to sit at the top of the travel during regular riding. issue here is that it can get a bit skippy under acceleration. this is fine in a straight line but with a bit of a bend can make times somewhat interesting. uphill turns under power become much slower.. im looking at getting some caps for the top of the forks that allow you to adjust pre-load to drop it a touch. thing is i heard that by raising the rear a few steps it will weight up the front and drop the height a little. went one up yesterday and found that the skip was reduced a little.not being the greatest when it comes to bike suspension does anyone know that effect that rasing the rear will have on the front.. have heard it will reduce the skipping as mentioned but i would think that the extra load on the front will make it fight back harder ?. cant afford new springs at the moment and the er6 has a short travel. thanks, mike.