So a while ago I threw in a 1300r shock (listing stated 99-07 so fuck if I know the exact year). At the time I knew nothing about suspensions at all other than the shitty flip-up fender eliminator I bought the bike with kept coming into contact with the tire seriously fucking with my plate so I needed to fix it. So I bought the shock and a fixed eliminator. Now I'm rebuilding my front forks and I've educated myself a bit more about bike suspensions (at least enough to know it should be tuned for my weight) but I have no idea where to look for adjusting the busa shock. I did the racetech suspension calc on an 06 busa using rider weight to calculate the difference in bike weight and the recommended springs were only slightly less than 1kg/mm from stock (earlier models I'm lead to believe have a looser spring so the real difference could be even closer) so I'm gonna leave the spring alone. My question is should I loosen everything (rebound/dampener/pre-load) and just tighten pre-load down till I'm at the sag I want? I have no clue where to even start looking for this, I found a vid that said the busa stock rebound is 12 clicks from the tightest on the bottom screw with the dampener screw being 8 clicks from tightest so I planned to go to that then just adjust pre-load for sag. But I'm certain there's better settings for those screws for my k6 I just don't know where to look.