The problem with the ohlins on SV is it doesnt offer enough ride height. Our nuetral set up (start off) ride height on the sv with a penske is taller than the ohlins even offers, we normally end up lengthening the shock quite a bit after initial set up too. Jack it up as far as possible and hope its enough. We rebuild our shocks minimum once per year, normally twice. Forks get new oil 2-4 times a year, and a tear down with cartridge clean once or twice. On some SV's with ohlins ive been associated with the only way to get the bike high enough in the air was to raise the triples above the top of the forks, then we had to add ballast to the front of the bike to get our desired weight distribution. If you have any experience with race bikes, you should be able to get the clickers close (i.e. able to get right withing two track sessions) just by bouncing the bike with your body weight, if you dont have any experience than find a racer buddy and bounce on the bike for him, he should be able to get it close enough to get on the track and get some real feedback.