I dropped the sag a bit. Ride height is = to stock. Maybe this will push me to get that Scotts stabilizer pin tower welded on ASAP. That should clear it up! The bike rides fine as long as both hands are damping the bars, even with a light touch. I hasn't shook at any speed up to 100 MPH actual and on some really rough roads too. The forks need work as they pack up under heavy ripples and washboard tar. The rear end is just planted. The bars on my 950 SMR would wag over 90 MPH, this thing stays straight and true. If the rear end measures square when I check that, and the roller bearings don't cure it i can live with it. Done it before for 25-30k miles.