Took my bars right off and have ridden about 400 miles since. Once you get used to the little extra movement of the machine it just becomes normal. You learn to lean a bit on the corners. I have not noticed any differance at high speed on a gravel road other than the normal swing and sway. I think it may feel worse than it really is, but after a while everything becomes normal. Only caution I have is when riding double. More sway than is comfortable but if double riding is a must, take a minute and crank your rear springs up to the hardest spot. That will help compensate and make it a lot better. Give it a try but also give yourself some time to get used to it. Rides much better also. Good luck.
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