Brand new set of Pirelli Angel GT A Specs, lubed all the things (axels, brake components, foot pegs, controls), flushed clutch fluid and brake fluid, and adjusted all of the suspension settings a couple of weeks ago. Nasty bouncing feeling at 80+ mph, so I ordered a wheel balancer. Well, today, I did the balancing and just got back. Smoother into 100. Still a buzzing feeling in my hands that I didn't have with the stock Bridgestones, reminds me of going 80+ on my Ninja 300. I think I'll play with the suspension settings next. I see most have the preload on the front nearly all the way "in", mine was on 8-9 "out" on the Bridgestones so I did make that change. I may back it off a bit and see if that changes any of the feeling on the slab. Unfortunately, most of my riding is boring highway, so perhaps I shouldn't set up for a Tail of the Dragon run every day... right?
Commuting and small mileage 2 up touring