I have deavers and some SAW rear shocks. In the instructions it said to fill them with 150psi of nitrogen. They are riding super stiff and almost seem as if they are topping when it compresses enough to rebound. I do think the shop may have made a mistake and put in 200psi of nitrogen, but I don' t think it would make that much of difference, would it? I am going to have to have them test the pressure and refill them to make sure, but if that doesn't do the trick what should I do? I mean they are advertised as having "extended travel" but I don't feel as though there is enough downward travel to accomodate the deavers. I wonder if SAW makes a shock that is londer or if they could reshaft the ones I have and I could run an airbumps to absords the upward travel where the shock was due to bottom out.