Took her out for the break in run. 4 hours, 231 miles. Diablo Rosso II's and Akrapovic slipp on installed. First impressions: 1st gear real short, clutch engagement is later on the lever than i like. Need to adjust clutch lever to be more in-line with my fingers on the grip. i was lifting my clutch fingers to get the lever, easy fix. shifter peg/lever is in tight, i have to get used to that. front suspension dives like a mofo, i'm a heavy 2 finger braker. apply smoothly. i did a few hard stops on an empty street to bed the brakes. 40-0 hard 4 times and just putt putt around to cool em off to not stand on them at a stop. handle bar vibration: it did have a numbing effect, 4 hours. are there softer gel or rubber grips out there? OK. the good: this little monster likes to tip in easy. very little input needed to get her into a turn, it's like riding a Haro or GT bicycle. wherever you want to go, it will go she will not fight you on that. comfy. rode 4 hours straight and was done. went up and down the rev range when safe to not stay stuck at one rpm. 5'5" no need to lower it, instills confidence to put both boots on the ground. people were taking pics of me on the freeway. kids. "dad i want that!" probably maybe because 93 degrees out 89% humidity and i'm in a 1piece all race squid out. 1piece, instills confidence as well, no flappy tshirt. ear plugs a must to keep wind noise down in the helmet. i felt i was in a car sometimes from the quietness. when it's quiet, your vision is widened. i apologize for this, it turned out to be a review of the bike. there was a moment i thought 600? this is the break in phase, it will go fast enough to not get tickets all the time. i think i this is the beginning of great times!