Thanks for the warm welcome people!
Over the weekend I changed the spark plugs, air filter, oil and filter and I adjusted the valves, chain, side-stand and the pedals and handles.
Today I took her for the first legal drive and she handles great, going from a naked bike to this one is such a bizarre experience on the freeway. I did notice however that both the front and rear brakes are very squishy, I bled some air from both the front and back at a mates but it didn't really improve the experience.
The front brake doesn't really start braking until I pull the handle 40% in, after that it goes from nothing to just about locking the front wheel in the next 20%. It really feels like air so I'll just change the brake fluid tomorrow and leave it overnight with a clamp holding the brake handle all the way in. That usually does the trick.
The rear brake feels like it does something but if I take my hand off the front brake I notice it's not really been slowing me down even though the paddle gives me quite some resistance.
I'm not really liking the sound of the exhaust, It may just be some getting used to coming from the learning bike but it sounds like the higher it revs the more noticeable the tweet sound becomes and ruins the experience.
Anyone got any tips on this? I wouldn't mind installing a different muffler but I don't want to immediately have an obnoxiously loud bike.
It also kinda sounds like a one cilinder even though there's two, that's the main problem I'm having with the exhaust sound, I don't suppose there's a muffler or even a different header that can fix this and make it sound more like a four cilinder?
Thanks in advance for any advice