I've been back on my 10 for 2-300 miles of twisties since raising my fork tubes 5mm out of the triple tree. You said that the bike would be a little quicker to fall into turns, but that it wouldn't be too noticeable. You were exactly right. At low speeds, it feels just a little hinged in the middle, but over 25 or so, it drops noticeably more easily into turns. It isn't a huge difference, but noticeable. I'm doing the 2 day school next week at Penguin Racing in Loudon, so we'll see how much it is noticed there. After the school, I'll post pictures of the Vaypor install and let you know how the lap timer works.
The gear indicator works great, the indicated speed is very accurate as measured by the mile markers on the highway. ( my 10's speedo reads 10% high ) and the lap timer seems to work very well.
Thanks for your advise.