I know nothing about whiskey, but the Wikipedia article on Jameson Irish Whiskey says: Jameson is produced from a blend of grain whiskey, single malt whiskey and single pot still whiskey, which uses a mixture of malted and unmalted or "green" Irish barley, all sourced from within a fifty-mile radius around the distillery in Cork. I don't think it was the quality of the whiskey, but more the quantity that was the factor that day. ___________________________________ I mentioned earlier that I got an Excel Throttle Control for my R90/6. Tom Dowell, the guy who invented, manufactures, and sells these, has got an explanatory YouTube video: I see that there is also an AdvRider thread that discusses this control. Click here for that thread if you like. Where possible, Tom prefers to install the control himself, in case there is something different about the bike that requires special attention. Although he has sold and installed bunches of these, my R90/6 was the first Airhead on which he had installed his control. We were pinched for time the other day when he put the unit on my bike, but he got it working O.K. I went back today for some fine tuning. Usually, the later bikes have bar-end weights, and the throttle control replaces the one on the RH side. My bike never had the bar-end weights, but I was interested in getting one on the left side to visually balance the throttle control, and to quell the tiny, tingly vibes that have been putting my hands to sleep. The control on the right side will act as a bar-end weight also. So, the fine tuning involved him making up new anchor plugs that lock inside the ends of the handlebars. He had put some in the other day that were close but not quite right, and he turned a couple more on his lathe that were an exact fit to my bars. Here's what it looks like now: The bar-end weight on the LH side: The Excel Throttle Control on the RH side: I like the way it looks. It works really well, and I think it has helped with the vibrations. I noticed in the current issue of Cycle World that a reader wrote in with a solution to bar vibes that involved adding a length of rubber tubing inside the handlebars. He said, "The idea is to use a size that will allow the tubing to bounce around inside there. Use a length that is just short of the length of the handlebar. This removed about 90% of the buzziness/vibration, even while not changing the thin stock rubber handgrips." This sounds like a cheap fix -- I may give it a try just to be sure. Meanwile, I can set the throttle and flex my hand if necessary. It's easier and feels better rolling down the road without using my wrist against the throttle return springs to hold steady speed.