Hello. So I have a situation where any advice would be extremely helpful. The problem is the clunking noise when compressed and overall, soft front fork. Springs are progressive, a little bit out of range (too long, in fact) than stated in manual. Stanchions are worn out (less thick than stated in manual). I replaced the bushes in February, that didn't helped. The front lower fork legs (most likely) are done. I didn't had any tools to measure the inner diameter of them, when I rebuilded forks in February. Possible solutions: 1) To get a new / used, but good lower stock fork legs, then new stanchions, linear, matched my weight springs, bushes, seals and oil, rebuild everything. The costs ... around 400 Eur without the fork legs. The legs itself would set me back for 100 EUR or more, I guess? or 2) Go for upside down front forks with brake separation and weight reduction. RC51 front forks would be kind of difficult to get (I am located in North Europe, you do not see them on every corner). R1 forks would a solution. The costs at the moment are difficult to understand, as I would need (correct me, if I am wrong) the triple trees, forks, brake calipers, wheel itself, spacers (?), brake lines, cables, front wheel cover fairing / wing + linear springs, fork rebuild etc. From my point of view, weight reduction would be helpful in the future, as I am competing with bikes much lighter than my VFR. On the other hand, combined brakes are helpful in Moto gymkhana, as the bike is more effective in braking (you just need to go much faster to use this as an advantage). Also CBS helps to reduce the 360 turn radius. I am doing everything myself, so I am not paying anyone else for the work on my bike. This is the video showing the way how I ride, just for you to understand, what the question is all about. Any input or opinion, or advice whatsoever will be highly appreciated. Thank you.