For the 06-07 model, something you might want to also check to help with stiction is to see if the forks are being pulled together when the axle is tightened. I found on my 06, that the forks would move very smoothly when off the bike but when I tightened everything up, it bound up again. I put the bike on a head-stem stand and loosened the axle. Lo and behold, there was a gap between the spacer and the fork leg. So, when you tighten the axle, it flexs the forks inwards slightly, causing a lot more friction than there should be.
Now, this may be a limited problem, but from some research, it looks like it may be a Gen 2 issue, or perhaps a limited run of Gen 2s. Best to check it is what I'm saying. It made a significant difference for me.
I cured this by buying a washer that fits just over the axle and was thick enough to take up the gap. After that, no more horrible stiction. Another fix would be to have new spacers machined that are a tiny bit bigger, but I'm a cheap guy sometimes.
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