A big aspect of this "wobbling" is whether it is occuring during high speed cornering or low speed cornering.
You can easily "lean hard" in either situation.
If the wobbling is happening at very high speeds, like, say 80-110+ mph, it is more commonly referred to as "wallowing". This is more attributed to the bike setup rather than the rider. If the bike setup is the cause no technique can overcome the physics of gyroscopic wallowing except reducing your speed.
(not to be confused with the infamous and often violent "tank slapper" phenomenon)
If your "wobbling" is happening at high lean angles but at lower speeds, like, say 30-65mph, it would be more probable, (but not necessarily the only cause) that the problem is in your technique.
That being said, nothing is constant, and i would check the following items:
Front Spring preload.
Rear shock setting.
Any of these items if not correct can cause serious performance issues with a bikes cornering stability.
Last edited by GreenNinja; 05-09-2001 at 02:20 PM.