I would have to differ on the idea that the RT springs are typically lighter than stated. RT does test the springs and they should be more or less right on. There will be some error of course, but I'd wager its more or less normally distributed with the mean equal to the claimed spring rateRacetech springs run about .5 light. I'm 220 and have 1.0s in mine. The problem is the fork doesn't have enough damping for springs that heavy. Mines a pogo stick with the 1.0s. Gonna bring them into the shop and get them revalved since we're slow right now. 1.05s would prolly work for ya.
We've seen a lot of RT springs come through our shop that measured consistently light.
I've got new fluid in mine, still no damping. It will have Axxion valves in it soon.
We have seriously heavy springs in stock, on the shelf, up to 1.2 or 1.3 for the TLR or S. We will also split sets so you can have a .975 or whatever you need. And we will swap them out if they aren't quite the right weight for you.
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:stupid5wt fork oil should be used, that's what the gold valve charts are valid for iirc.
Stock forks with proper springs and valving would be vastly better than stock busa forks. As far as I know the busa forks are not any better than the TLS forks once both are valved and sprung correctly.