So, I know quite a few have said they have a bit of vibrations. Of course some vibes can be due to improper jetting, but lets rule that out. I know I have a perfectly sealed intake, properly sealed exhaust as well. All in all, I have no major issues with the bike, however, every once in a while I notice some excessive vibes, and not all the time, I just never wrote up anything on this issue. Today I took a hwy ride to visit my dads grave, traveled mostly 70 to 80mph, bout 40, 50 miles in each direction. Going there, my right hand got numb from the vibes, nothing to the left hand, but maybe that was due to giving the finger to so many idiots. Naaa, just kiddin. LOL. But the trip back, all was fine, no tingling to either hand. Hmmmm, So trying to figure out what could be causing this, and the only thing I can think of is the crank. First off, the darn thing is heavy to start, and of course there is some amount of tolerence's. So I'm thinking, when it first comes to the crank shaft turning, could it be that it found the sweet spot of the tolerence factor, and the centrifugal force of turning keeps it in place, and lessens the vibe factor? This is not the first time I've noticed this. There was a time where I felt more vibes, so pulled over, shut down, then restarted and vibes were greatly reduced. To me, this is by no way a major issue, but more out of curiosity as to what does this. You know it's like all bikes will have this harmonic distortion at a certain rpm
and speed and vibes will appear a bit more. So thats why I think the crank is just a bit off on certain times, and yet shut down, restart and all is good.