I installed a set of flex forks on my Super Z today and went riding around in the yard with it. In the front yard it was very smooth and I could run full speed with no problem. In the back yard, however, it was another story. The back yard used to be a cow pasture and is on the side of a hill. There are old ridges where the cattle used to walk across the hill I think. It is sort of like little rolling hills instead of bumps. The front end would start bouncing and would get worse the farther I would go. It was like riding in a car with very worn out shocks. It is probably just my yard but I am thinking of using the stock forks. I could go much faster on this area before. Is there a way to tune down the bounciness somehow? Is there any chance it will settle down over time? I would assume it would get worse if anything.