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Anyway all this chatter. I'm sure that all of the chatter that the riders talk about can only come from the vibration of the motor, transfered through the swing arm, through the rear shock and straight to the headstock, then transfered to the front wheel.
Now my conclusion is that if a bike has a weak headstock with lightened headrace bearings,and when the bike is off the ground and you can turn the steering with your little finger, then that means the steering is so light that the vibration has to go to the weakest point, which is the headstock. Now if the headstock was packed with a heavy grease, and i mean packed, then the grease would absorb the vibration. And the only other idea which i am going to try on my Suzuki Bandit road bike because i have the same sort of problem, Is to fit a steering damper between the frame and the fork leg which may control it. I cannot take my hands off the bars at low any speed because the steering of my bike flaps about, but my bike cranks over with