Am looking to respring, revalve and reshim the forks and rear shock of the bike, using either K-Tech, Race-Tech, or Öhlins springs/internals. Strong leaning preference to either Öhlins or K-Tech first, Race-Tech second choice. Rang around a bit, and it seems that the R1's rear shock body and piston are perfectly fine, even for fairly serious race-track use, so am not after going to the expense of putting a whole new shock on the rear, especially not on a 6yo bike. Rang Phil Tainton Engineering, but no answer, left a message, didn't call me back. Rang KroozTune, got to speak to the owner, Dave, and he was most helpful and gave me most of the advice I was after, including being practical without trying to sell me more than I wanted or needed. In terms of having someone to talk to, I really appreciated his time. Slight problem is that they're moving and cannot do anything for me until about 4 weeks from now. Rang ProMecha. Owner was having a few days off, but got to speak to one of the apprentices, who offered some extra bits of info. I must admit to liking the thought of getting the front fork internals totally replaced with the K-Tech high performance cartridge kit. Liked the idea of the rear shock K-Tech internals replacement too. Also found Suspensions'R'Us who are located 5kms from me, but it was too late to give them a call. Anyone recommend any of the above specifically over another? Of course the actual after-installation setup is also of importance, so which of the above, or anyone else, have people found to be especially helpful, both in terms of initial improvements and with on-going support (i.e. I don't want someone who shoves bikes through the workshop - out the other side - and goodbye mate). Any advice? Thanks in advance for your thoughts.