Hi all, Did a search but couldn't find anything specific on this which surprised me. So i've been practising some more slow speed stuff (its raining constantly in Sydney and i'm limited to my apartment parking lot) and noticed I have difficulty making nice tight left turns, say at a T junction on an ordinary 2 way street. My concern is drifting too wide and into the opposite line but making a tight turn from a stand-still is a little difficult. I can manage slow speed in a straight line using the clutch, throttle and rear brake but ideally would like to move off a little quicker (but not like a rocket). I have experimented with a full-lock (bike wants to tip to the outside at anything more than snails pace) but figure there needs to be a bit of lean angle to make the corner tight. Problem is i keep tippping inwards with the lean. If i angle my bike into the corner it is usually OK as i don't need to bank so much to the left but i know there will be times when I'll come up to the intersection completely perpendicular to the turn and it's these right angle lefts that are giving me issues. Right turns are OK cause you usually travel a little further in a straight line before you make the turn although it wouldn't hurt to tighten the rights turns too.