Re: How to make my 929 feel like a 600RR
You can probably improve the overall feel and handling of your 929 considerably, but since the Blade doesn't have a full frame and uses conventional frame/swingarm shock linkage configuration as opposed to the HRC style Unit-ProLink setup of the 600, I doubt you will ever get the "same" feel.
Starting points would be based on your weight and mission (street, track etc.). If you are over 165 pounds, you will need .95 KG springs up front and if you are over 185, probably 1.0s. The next step is having the valving optimized and the sliders polished which are all part of the standard Kyle fork rebuild. Once you have the front end dialed (component wise), then you need to address the rear shock. Obviously, the Ohlins is an excellent choice, but the Fox (no longer in production) and the Penske could be considered as well.
After you get all of the hardware installed, your next step is to properly adjust the sag at both ends. Regardless of the suspension components, if you don't have the sag setup properly the bike will never ride or feel "right". If you ride primarily on the street, I would look to run approximately 1.3" to 1.4" of sag up front with between 1.2" and 1.3" of loaded sag out back. For the track, I would subtract about 1/8" from both of these ranges.