High, I finely got around to installing the Baja Ron sway bar. I have put 3200 miles on my Spyder this year so far making around trip to Yellowstone park and up through Glacier Park re turning home in SE WA on a nine day trip pulling trailer half the time . My buddy has a 2011 TR se5 both of us have trailer hitches of course. We went over four continental divide passes up to 9000 ft. on that trip and very high Curve, high Camber roads and no camber turns in some areas. It was very obvious on my 2009 GS needed help. My friends 2011 TR did a better job in corners for sure. The second trip was to Crater Lake and back with 21 other cycles which further proved the issue in a four day trip. My Buddy and where the only Can Am's in the group the rest two wheelers all makes 650 through 1600 cc bikes. This trip totally wore out my front original tires that came with the bike new . I have since corrected Factory alignment and possibly dealer attempted alignment when recall work on replacement of PW steering unit back 2011. I found I had what I call sever toe out before correcting, doing in the box style alignment. I designed and manufactured, machined Al blocks 4"/1.5"/ .75" and super glued plus epoxy the magnets to bottom machined flat surfaces. Center drilled at 3.5" holes plus adding three each 6-32 set screws to align purchased bullet in cased lasers ment original for rifle scope alignment. Aligned both using a precision self leveling test equipment laser eguipment at 95 ft. which I had for installation work in medical x-ray equipment.