All up I've done about 300km total riding on the road, mix of freeways and main roads so not all back roads. Anyway this afternoon I was heading citybound on the Monash just passing the Nylex sign doing about 80km/h when I feel the bike get a bit 'soft' underneath me going around one of those sweeping bends going downhill. Unfortunately for me I just freaked out, to the point were I tensed up, bring me up from my lean and a slight brown jocks moment as I ended up on the other side of the lane. Immediately I lost all my confidence that I have built up until then and freaked out. Tried to settle myself down going through the tunnel and was OK by the exit of it. I have to say, this is my achilles heel in my riding, freeway speeds on the Eastern are fine, but the Monash is doing my head in with its 'tighter' high speed (80-100km/h 8-[ bends). Is it a matter of practice makes perfect and hold on, or is there something I should be doing that you don't do for low/medium speed corners. Its a bit of a :nopity: but I thought Id just share. On a side note, my rear tyre was only inflated to 35psi instead of the factory recommended 41psi, would this affect the handling of the bike to a large degree? I've been wondering if the previous owner had changed any settings (preload etc) that would adversely affect the bikes handling to the point where it feels a bit vague around corners? Its only done 5,500km. Thanks for reading.