The Race Tech rep called today to give me an update. For the forks, they confirmed what I have stated earlier that the left fork has no damping whatsoever. The left "cartridge" is just a slider that keeps things together--otherwise it's a pogo-stick. They are waiting on a backordered Kawasaki replacement right-side cartrige to put in the left fork (this is cost effective, as it's barely over $100 from Kaw, plus probably the spacer and top-cap). The stock cartridge valves will then be replaced with their gold valve products, shim stacks tuned, and I should end up with a perfect performing set of forks.
Also good news is that the stock shock is rebuildable, and they are able to install their gold valve in it as well. I wrote in a previous post how I tapered the shock spring ends so they don't contact the adjacent coils, which by mid-stroke, makes my spring about 10% softer than stock. The rep said that with this mod, the spring is spot-on for my 165lb weight, though of course personal preference comes into play
Once they get the backordered part and get the forks built, they are going to put my suspension on another Versys, do a full test, make necessary tweaks, and be done. Soon after that, I expect they will post the data to their website like they do for other bikes, which shows products available, stock and recommended spring rates, etc.
I'll post again when they are finished.