Ok, back in Feb. I installed some new tires and brakes. Being that it was still cold and somewhat wet, I could not test things like I wanted, so I have been itching to get at it. Today it was about 89 degrees ( felt hotter) and pollen everywhere. Took the bike out for a little bit, warmed it up, dropped the 10w40 winter oil, put in 20w50, adjusted the rebound damping (the rear seemed a little soft with the new tires) and hit my favorite roads. Normal driving handling was good, braking with the new pads, a little better than stock. The tires seemed to respond real nice in the turns. The stock IRCs just did not have a good bit if you leaned it over to far. The test would be a real long and tight off ramp I like. Normally in the car I could push it into the turn about 35 mph before the tires started to squeal. Recommended max speed for truck is 15 mph. With the stock tires I was able to be comfortable at about 45 mph and just a little off center on the seat. With the new tires I was able to go about 53 mph. ( man that felt good!) The tires and the bike felt solid. I think I could have went faster but my riding time this winter was not as I would have liked, So I am a little rusty. In all the EBC Brake Pads and the Continental Conti Go tires......definitely good to go!!