A friend of my owned a 2005 speed (we change bike sometimes) doesn't have it, so there most be something.
We tried his mapping (dyno adjusted mapping) in my speed but it was so lean in low rpm that my bike started to misfire etc, really crap. Choping the throttle under lean angle must always be done carefully ofcourse and that's why this keeps a big pain in the ass with this bike. Have driven about 25k miles on it, never happy about this behaviour...
My speed has a Wilbers fully adjustable rear shock and front suspension springs for my weight, low friction seals to prevent stickslip.
That's perfectly fine.
Trailbraking (what they call braking into the corner) is a common use especially on the track.
So I don't see any problem in this riding style?
By fast back shifting I blip the throttle, preventing the rear tire to slip.
But thanks for the tip, I will keep it in mind because of the quickshifter.