An update on steering lock: the left side, where the ECU is, needs some level of protection. I spent some time witha flashlight trying to sort out the maximum amount of steering lock possible.
First, I replaced the 6mm ECU mount bolts with Pan head cap screws:
Then, I screwed around with different combinations on the lock bolt, and wound up at 3 normal thickness washers to allow the forks to brush those bolts, but not firmly contact.
Then, I went riding some more:
This last part was the best in my opinion.
Originally Posted by LukasM
The newer torx head sprocket bolts like the one in the middle are the best because they are even flatter than the old ones.
I liked this concept, but I tried it and it didn't work for me. The sprocket bolt has too much shaft exposed to achieve full steering lock, the sidestand bolt (which is shorter and fully threaded) I couldn't get to the right length for maximum steering but holding the forks from hitting the ECU. A nut underneath was too much, and it wanted to fold washers. What am I missing?