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You're on the slippery slope there!

You didnt say much about your objectives but based on your comment regarting weight savings not being a priority I'll assume you are looking for streetable, improved performance?

I have not had great success with weltmeister but I have with Elephant Racing suspension bushings and bearings. I experienced a noticable improvement in ride and longevity. The servicibility with grease nipples is a bonus too.

Our host sells the parts and kits.

Depending on your desired results you might try just one step up in TB size on both ends but leave the sways the way they are.

And as Rocket says, have a corner balance done. They can check your work as well.
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