Installed the .95 race tech springs and the new ohlins H0201.
Measured sag using the racetech method.
front is 27mm rear is 37 currently with the front set to stock mid range.
Haven't done anything with the ohlins as shipped yet.
Any recommendations on what range i should be shooting for on the front and rear?
intermediate rider, no track days, etc. I weigh 205 on a good day.
I'm coming at this a bit differently that you were looking for.
Re the Rear.
I'm assuming you got the HO201 from Dan Kyle Racing = LDH, so if it's not already preset for you, there should be some setting notes to use.
I'd be using that.
Re the Front.
For your described particulars, the 0.95 kg/mm are on the stiff side. The harshness (stiction) of 919 forks equates to some number of spring rate points on initial bump, i.e when the motionless assembly has to break the static friction hold when the fork leg starts to move in relation to the fork tube. Also keep in mind that most common web site spring rate determinators call out for too stiff a front and too soft a rear.
But you have the 0.95s, so let's try to make them work the best possible.
I'd urge just 10 mm of internal preload. (that determination being done with your ride height adjusters fully backed out so all the indicator rings are showing)
What did you build to, mm's of internal preload that is?
I'd suggest no less than 140 mm of oil level, to soften the fork towards full compression.
Correct oil assumed.
I'd suggest starting with three rings of ride height adjuster showing.
I'd suggest then playing with the Rebound and get it where you want it.
Then try adding in two more rings of ride height (thus lifting the front end).
Then try backing the ride height adjusters all the way out, so all the rings are showing (thus lowering the front end).
Pick what you like best and stay with that.
If you find it harsher than you want, I'd suggest dropping down to 0.90.
It's not lost on me as to how many DKR LDH Ohlins front springs go out to the door for 919s at the equivalent of roughly a 0.88.
Hopefully this helps you.