Re: 190/60 ntec susp set ups
Like what AGG said, take it to someone who specializes in suspension and get the geometry corrected. Typically going to raise the rear or lower the front (usually raise the rear). The only time I have ran into that being different is on the Daytona 675, it responded better with the front raised, unless you started playing with the trail. Also, just because you have to put effort into the steering input, doesn't mean that your not setup properly. Some guys prefer to put more effort into steering, ask Chris Ulrich who rides competitively in the AMA. But enough about others, just get the geometry corrected and to where your comfortable and the times will come back up.
On a side note, had a friend go to Road Atlanta a couple days ago as well and he said they lifelined 2 guys in helicopters? Sounds like a crazy day.
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