I took a bike in for a RWC today at a car place and subsequently spoke on the phone with the reception. She altered me of the following items: Exhaust needs to be sound tested. The exhaust system is a Staintune: from the factory, it comes with engraved “Noise Compliance Plates,” stating the noise level. These plates are permanently installed and visible on the swing arm. I pointed this out over the phone. Should that be sufficient evidence of noise level to pass a RWC? I’m not too concerned about this, though, because I can reinstall the stock exhaust. Clutch lever pin needs adjusting or replacing – I very much doubt it needs replacing, and I have no idea how one "adjusts" the pin But I can re-grease it. I think there was a tiny squeak sometimes audible on clutch operation beforehand, but the lever action is totally smooth. The front tyre has high and low spots – I have no idea what they could be referring to here, having never heard of such an issue. This is the thing that I’m concerned about because, taking a guess, that tyre is at 60%. Can anyone explain what “high and low spots” means and how such a thing could develop? (I don’t think they’re referring to uneven wear, which would only be a safety issue in the most extreme circumstances anyway.) I am going in tomorrow for the full list.