(TL;DR at bottom for those who are "energy conservative") Hey everyone! I just got my first vfr a couple weeks ago, a brand new 2015 vfr800 deluxe, 0 miles. I've always loved the interceptor, and knew that one day I would get one. Just thought it would be later, rather than sooner. Anyways, about a week and a half ago I picked up my new vfr from the dealer, and it immediately put a smile on my face. But after riding a few miles, I noticed that when I maintained a steady speed around 40 mph, or when coasting in neutral, (did this to check if it was something to do with engine power that I wasn't used to) the suspension seemed to be a bit jumpy/bouncy. It was making my whole body shake. I did notice though that if I took my weight off the handlebarsa and supported myself using my legs against the tank, it helped from my body shaking, but got tiring pretty fast. When I got home, I looked in the manual on how the factory rebound damping should be. Found that it had not been set up properly, and adjusted it to the way the factory setting should have been, hardening it up a bit from the way it was. Fast forward a couple days and the weather was nice enough to test it out. (Plus I only had a half day at work because it was New year's day) The adjustment did make a difference, but it didn't quite take the problem away, and I don't know what else I can do to adjust it. I haven't heard anyone complain about the suspension, so I'm guessing it's not normal. Has anyone else experienced a problem like this, or have any suggestions as to what I could do to fix it? TL;DR Brand new vfr, suspension is bouncy/shaky. What can I do to fix it?