Sorry fella but it will handle like a dog with those forks on! Pace are a bit different to lot of other forks, which make the situation even worse.
They have a fair degree of "lead" or castor built into the crown, i.e they achieve the necessary castor, by angling the stanchions and sliders forward by about 4 degrees.
Other makers achieve this by either placing the drop outs well forward of the sliders or casting the crown with a forward bend in it, or like MZ both.
With all these options the steerer angle and slider angles remain the same, not with Pace, so the effect is to make the "virtual" head angle much slacker and the forks rake forward too much.
It's not just tipping the head tube back, like with using over long forks then, the steering will "flip-flop" something terrible and you'll end up losing most of your teeth or worse. (it will understeer on loose surfaces like a pig) Ask Jez or Jerky, they suffered just that.
Most of the UK builders, Yated, CR, Dyna tech etc all suffer from this. So be warned! I would run it rigid with no more than a 40cm atc. It'll kill you otherwise.
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