Hey I have a question, I was commenting on another post which made me think of this. I bought a 97 Suzuki GSXR SRAD awhile ago, and I was told was a former instructors bike at a track School. Anyways the suspension is set up by a company called (Catyltst Reaction) ..a few years ago now... I must say I'm a little dated but this is by far the best handling motorcycle I have ever ridden. I appreciate newer sportbikes but outside of an Aprilia they don't do anything for me and they all look the f****** same they just don't have a souls or individuality anymore. Anyways back to the topic... However I now have some leaking seals.. so I was going to get them replaced and then have a suspension shop reset everything to the settings on the that stickers that were applied to the bike from the suspension tuning company. So I called some local So. Cal companies that I will leave unnamed (but everybody knows them).... Both of them refuse to work on my bike unless I let them do things their way... and they did nothing but say bad things about the other company WTF? and told me my bike was all wrong and then it would probably be about $700 to fix the mistakes. I explained that there's nothing wrong with a bike it's utterly fantastic...and that it's a dream to ride... It's a bit harsh for the street..but me if it aint f*** if it ain't absolutely comforting and at speed handles like a laser to me..... But they both said... no, and instead of just getting my seals they wanted to do a whole enchilada of their stuff..... At what I feel is a ridiculous price. No thanks.....! Just wondering if anybody has used the Catalyst Reaction and what your thoughts are of them.... Like I said the bike handles stunning to me.... We work stock shocks in the front some kind of lightweight discs conversion from a newer gen, and they rebuild the rear Fox twin clicker and set it up to their specs as well. I'm in southern California and their up north otherwise I would just take it to them...basically all I need is the damn fork seals you think that would be simple but apparently in 2020 it's like a needle in a haystack nobody seems to do the simple s**t anymore... Hell I used to be able to go to Cycle Gear and get my fork seals changed. I do it myself but the manual says I need some special tools I've got way too many projects to undertake this one. But let me know what's your opinions are and what is the difference between their setup versus the other headliners....I don't get it if it ain't broke and it works great... don't fix it is always been a good motto for me... I'm no stranger to mechanics/ engine builders and their egos....like you guys you probably roll your eyes listen to all the b***shit they spew out bad mouthing each other..... But this is new with me as far as suspension goes just never had a problem getting a bike worked on because of it Thanks for any replies in advance.