I installed the Penske triple clicker, 8987, remote reservoir, hi speed compression, regular compression, and dampening. Had it resprung to 900 lbs and have had the shims professionally done 3 times to soften up the high speed compression further (twice at Evolutions Suspensions and once at Catalyst Reaction).
I have them set the sags, compression and rebound. Plus I have .95 springs from Race Tech as well as their Gold Valves in the front.
A moderate improvement in sudden pavement changes. I tried a 950 lbs spring to see if I could get it to float more in the middle third, very subtle improvement.
Catalyst Reactions said that the Penske triple clicker was more designed for the track and the shims are dished, so I may not get the high speed compliance as compared to the Ohlins.
Well, I recently found a new in box TR7041 on craigslist which I will be installing and let you know how it goes.
My gut tells me part of the harsh high speed compression is because of an aging back and the upright riding position. I have gone to a lower bar riser and have swept the bars back & low so that has helped a bit. If the ride does not improve more, I may sell the bike and stick with forward lean sport tourers which my back loves, Ducati ST3s with Heli risers. I sat on the new Ducati Supersport and it feels just like my ST3s in body positioning, but doesn't have the large bags like the ST.