I've searched the forum and found little useful, but seems like there are some fast guys here so:
Attached is a photo of the rear tire with rotation indicated.
The trailing edge of wear hole (when rotated to top) is torn severely rearward. The side holes are torn almost 90 to the outside (slightly rearward when rotated to top)
Dunlop 200/55 Med+.
24psi hot off track, and slightly lower off warmer.
I cut the rubber balls from the tire edge for balancing.
Disregard the smooth area in center, rode to work so I could change oil and filter warm.
Gen 4, stock suspension.
The tear toward rear I thought was rebound too slow, so I sped it up and she got worse.
1- Is this correct logic?
2-What is ideal for the side hole comet tail to point, and what setting affects it?