Solo, your present suspension up front is OE, right? Your OE springs may be sacked-out; that is, deformed to where they are shorter than minimum spec length. Mine did that back in 2003 or 2004 with only 12,000 miles, which I hope is unusual and that all of the OE springs are not so poorly made. I used new OE refurbish parts, medium weight fluid from BullDog, and Progressive brand springs (no monotubs). I also deactivated the Anti Dive. Great ride that was still great at 70,000 when I had the original Traxxion Full Monty.
So, you have choices. MonoTubes get generally good reviews. You can do as I did. You can install linear springs with a refurbish. You can go big time with Tra$$ion. Any big improvement up front needs a good fresh or upgraded rear suspension. Similar choices there too.
In the mean time, to give your back a break from the rough bottoming, run front tire at Honda spec pressure and to H377 with the shorter tire life. Once you beef-up the front, you can nix that AD temporarily to see if you prefer that or not,
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