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Good and true points 70s.
Nothing wrong with tweaking for feel, for the most part.
But in some cases, you tweak away a certain (possibly large) portion of the benefit you just layed out (possibly a bunch) of cash for. It's sometimes worth trying to adapt to a new feel and letting the machine do what it's supposed to.

I know, easier said than done.

I don't like the feel from the new front end on one of my race bikes. One of my teammates liked it less still. But it's working, and hooking up on bumpy stuff better and improving cornerspeed in the rough stuff. Don't know if we'll ever like it.
But I'm tryinig to adapt.
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