GEN4: Heavy steeting after tire change
So, as the title says, I just had a tire change. Tires were changed by me, balanced them myself as well with a static balancer.
This is the first tire change, so I went from the stock BT-16 to Dunlop Q2 tires. All went well and initial ride seemed fine until I went for a full run down the freeway. (Edit: it feels strange at low speed as well, while standing though its fine) I noticed right away that steering was way heavier than with stock tires. Immediately I thought the front is low on air pressure, which I upped to 35PSI to see if it helps. Even though it seemed to help a bit, I'm unable to throw the bike around like I was able to with the stock bike/tires, it just doesn't turn and I'm forced to wrestle with it to make it go say from lane to lane. Although, I think it feels more stable once I'm actually in a lean/turn.
My question; is it possible for this to happen if the:
A: Front axle is too tight and not properly torqued, would I feel anything else if that was to be the case?
B: Too much wheel weight on the front wheel? (When balancing, I've put 5 1/4oz pieces in the center of the wheel until the wheel stopped spinning on the balancer)
C: This is how Q2 tires feel since they are more track ready and compound is real soft.
D: Could it be something with the rear tire? (PSI there is around 35 right now as well)
Any help appreciated, I will attempt to make PSI and Weight changes later today and would love some help or input.