At your weight I'd be upping springs front and rear, and having the boingers re-valved to handle the stiffer springs.Thanks for the replies. I will try adjustment and I think it will help, although suspension to my mind is the best money you can spend on a bike's performance.
I weigh about 110kg and offroad, the bike bounces around like a pogo stick at the moment. It bounces front to back to front to back unless on a pretty good surface.
Aside from being harder to ride than it should be, it is also very tiring and bottoms out which can't be good for it either.
I had suspension done on my last bike by Glenn Allerton the ASBK rider and he did an awesome job - although that means a new rear shock rather than just rebuild which makes it more expensive.
What I might do is ask him for a quote and then weigh it up against the teknik job. On the teknik website it says stage one is $1,095 although I would need to replace front springs which isn't included and will need some consumables making the final cost around $1,500 I would guess. Throw in a replacement shock and going with Glenn A will cost over $2K I'd say. I might adjust the existing suspension first, see how it goes and make a decision from there.