Just try running your sag at 112 or even more, I know it sounds crazy cause that is what I was thinking when it was suggested, this bike works well with lotsa sag! Win all the testing we did with sag #'s I found the bike way way high in the rear at 100 and kicking violently. I found there to be an area between 104-108mm where the front end started pushing, then thinking outside the box we tried 110 which I thought was nuts, it was way better so we went to 112 and it got even better ans was starting to carve so we went to 114 and by now we had lowered the rear an inch and a half. Traction became way better under acceleration and braking and cornering became so easy. All we have done with the forks is raise them 8mm to level out the bike sue to the lower rear. I am currently runnin 116 mm now and using a 6.3 shock spring which allows the excessive sag but still supports me With both wheels sitting on the ground the tip of rear fender is 38-5/8" above the ground, stock it was over 40. This bike reacts so differently to adjustments unlike any other I have owned, I have no idea why 116mm makes the bike corner so much better, don't be afraid to think outside the box! I've gained a few over the last few weeks due to my birthday but currently 210 lbs and running stock fork springs and a 6.3 rear spring. As far as the rest of the bike it is bullet proof like any other Yamaha , power is unreal on this bike. I have not touched the mapping and have a 4.1 slip on which I'm not at all impressed with (it was free thank god!) Currently I'm running the stock silencer Feel tree to hit me up with any questions.