I've read about this, I'm aware it exists. I seem to be REALLY struggling with it, especially this past weekend. The bike was feeling much more dialed in, I sorted out a couple settings to a place where I preferred them, and my eyes were moving and my references solid.
My eyes and processing brain were telling me all was good, start braking at point x.
The other voice in my head kept freaking out at how much faster point x was coming up, even though I KNEW point x was PLENTY of time, and I kept starting braking WAY to early - I was braking, lightly, forever in a few places.
I was putting down fairly respectable times on my old bike (Daytona 675), but obviously the ZX gets up to a higher speed between points A and B. Now that the set up things are sorted for the time being, I know I can safely start actions where I think I should, but the extra speed keeps that other voice screaming at me.
Besides seat time and keeping my eyes moving and my references established, anyone else who's moved to the bigger bike who's had to overcome that other voice that insists it's too fast?
I'm rather frustrated that it was a constant problem all weekend....I was literally taking a short vacation between when I'd start braking and actually turn in to turn 1....
I have a few methods to nip at it, but I'm getting impatient with my lack of adjustment to the new bike