Hey Vash, let me just stray off the topic and nit pick a little, there seems to be a clash of opinions here. Your track day Buell buddy suggested that bikes with low center of gravity (his Buell for example, as well R6) allows to carry more speed into the corner, though I'm not sure about this, but wouldn't carrying more speed into corner mean the bike is far more nimble? Thus allow arrays of lines to choose from while going into the apex, so leaning most is not necessary than a bike with higher center of gravity. 600 CCs bikes have lower center of gravity compared to 1000 cc, though not as pronounced, but if we take Ninja 250, which is very low, it becomes apparent that bike is very easy to handle, even if it has ground clearance issues. I always figured things with lower center of gravity allows it to "hug" the surface as oppose to higher center of gravity, which is more stable but not as nimble, like cars VS SUV. Anyway, I could be way off, but what's your take on this?