I've got 10 hours on my new yz450 in the woods. I'm 210lbs "B" class enduro rider. I can't for the life of me get used to the turning on this thing! I've got the power tamed down using the tuner g2 throttle tamer and I'm running 13-50 gearing. I swapped back and forth with my buddies WR400 and I'm much faster on his than mine. His bike seems to stick to the trail and tracks straight as an arrow through sand washes and really sandy corners. Mine seems to have a bunch of headshake and feels squirrelly. I've played with the suspension but it just feels like the front end steers to quick and dances around in deep sand. We're both running Michelin cross country tires. Through the loamy stuff mines it as bad, but I'm all over the place in sand and rutted out stuff. I've ridden for years and owned a lot of bikes but haven't had this kind of front end issues. So I'm looking for a fix without spending a bunch of money. I'm thinking now I should have just bought a Wr instead but I wanted EFI and lighter weight like my 2 strokes. So I've found a lowering link that is supposed to slow the handling down and I'll have to buy a new spring. I've looked at is the engine relocation kits. Would a softer revalve make the most difference or is this a geometry and weight distribution issue with these bikes? We ride a lot of deep sandy trails at times and I'm on the tank into the corner, than standing with my weight back to keep from knifing the front end. This gets tiring after several miles since mozt of fhe trails are whooped out. When I rode the WR I could just stay neutral and rail the corners and track straight through the sand without a ton of changing body positions. Sorry this is so long winded! Lastly if I ride this bike like my two strokes, pull the clutch and roll into the corners and then clutch out it feels like it tracks much better than rolling in using compression braking. The impression braking seems like it throws the front end off or makes it dance around or something?