Cure for fork problem
I'm just getting back into riding after a few decades. I took the MSF course and bought a 2014 DL650 ADV back in Feb. and I've added about 3,000 miles to the 6,200 it already had on it. I like it. I think it will do just fine for me for quite a while. I don't know a lot of about motorcycle parts and maintenance, so please dumb it down for me.
There is just one thing that really irritates me about the bike. At slow speed, like stopping for a stop sign, when I hit the front brake, I feel what I call "a nose dive" on the front of the bike. The forks really compress and I feel like I'm physically pushed off balance forward. I have the adjustment screws all the way in to "0." I'm fine with the front fork performance at higher speeds, but that slow stop, say 10 mph to zero, is uncomfortable for me. So my choices are stop with mostly rear brake and do the front sparingly, or put up with it. I'm a big guy, 250 pounds, but the rear suspension seems fine, even the mid-range setting.
So, is there any reasonably priced mod that I can have made to the forks to solve that? I have seen the Gold Valves online and some similar things. I would have a mechanic do the work and I can make an investment, I just want to make sure it will do what I want. Thanks!