Originally Posted by HP Autowerks
That takes the fun out of track days, minimum tinkering and maximum track time, all preps are done before hand.
You can add constant ID Swift main and helper and make the Ohlins R&T fully adjustable if that is what you need.
You've never gone to a new track without a baseline setting? Or an old track that's been completely repaved? I can think of other reasons why you might want to adjust ride height while at the track.
On your RS1s, did you check the pressures on the adjustable internal N2 reservoirs? If the N2 pressure was at zero the damper would not feel "precise". Being able to adjust N2 internal pressure is a nice feature the Ohlins do not have.
I'm actually disappointed with the Ohlins R&T setup because it appears to be biased too far toward the "Road" (you've even stated this) and it even shows up in the spring rates - my wife runs 400/672 rates on her RS1 setup and finds it to be very comfy on the street!