Hi All, I recently picked up a 2016 1190R in what appeared to be pretty pristine condition. Only 3900 miles on the clock and looked in excellent condition. The owner was very nice, definitely a rider, answered all my questions (very up front). The bike has some nice upgrades including the air box, sas plates and a few other adventure diddies. It was obviously was well cared for. Before I ask my questions, yes, I have done lots of searches and tried to glean as much info without bugging the inmates needlessly. So, the questions... 1) Front end wobble...the bike runs smooth and solid until I get into the triple digits. Noticeable at 110 mph, for sure, but not unmanageable. So, is this normal/reasonable given the larger front wheel and adventure tires? My first inclination is to check wheel balance. Also, it has Motoz Tractionators which are a little worn, as well. They could be contributing. As for reasonability, should I be concerned about steering head bearing tightness or out of true wheels given the smooth ride up to triple digits? Should I expect to run this beast well beyond 100mph without wobble? Perhaps with more street oriented tires? (not tyres… ) 2) Brakes (part 1)...being a long time inmate of the GSpot variety, I've been riding an '06 R1200GS with servo brakes for 13 years. Compared to my GS, the 1190 brakes feel like mush. I'm just trying to determine if my expectations are out of line, going from power brakes back to conventional, or if I have a real issue or not. Although low mileage, the bike is 3 years old. Again, my inclination is to change all the brake fluid and reassess? Sound about right, or is there something else I should check out? 4) Brakes (part 2)...front in dive. Ahhh, that lovely BMW telelever with front shock can spoil you. Grab all the front brake you want and no dive. Grab my 1190 and holy dive, Batman! It's like learning to ride all over again. Now, I've ridden plenty of sport bikes in my time, so I'm not new to dive, but this seem to be a little excessive. Previous owner was about my size, so I can't imagine the front end set up is too out of whack, unless it was never tuned in to his size/weight. Is this a matter of dialing in the front fork suspension or beefing up the springs, or is there something else to consider? Thanks for entertaining the long post of oft asked questions...and especially for helpful responses.