Probably put about 250 miles on since I finished buttoning everything up and passed my inspection yesterday. I literally rides like a new bike. Not sure which components made such a difference, but I don't care.
Had the low speed wobble - GONE
Had vibration at high way speeds bad enough where the rear view mirrors were just a burr - GONE
Got numbness in my hands after 1/2 hour of riding - GONE!
Tires - I suspect the tires that originally came on the bike were not balanced from the dealer even though they had replaced them hence the low speed wobble and highway vibration. The shop I took the tires to balanced them correctly. Also noticed the "V" pattern on the front and rear tires are opposite each other. Checked and rechecked and yes, the tires are mounted according to the factory arrows on the sidewalls.
Chains and sprockets - Got them and chain rivet tool and alignment tool from SV Racing. The rivet tool wasn't cheap but made the replacement process way simpler. Alignment tool also came in handy. Went with a 16 tooth sprocket calm it down a little on the highway. I like this much better, but it defiantly hurts off the line.
ATV Mid bars and Rox risers - I didn't understand what people meant when they said the stock bars are junk, now I get it. I can sit up straighter now (have back issues) and I think the beefyness of the bars also helps keep vibration down. The mid bars have mush less pull back than the stock so my wrists aren't turned at an odd angle. Had to remove some cable clamps to free up some slack, but didn't have to lengthen or disconnect any. The only issue with the Rox risers is getting to the Allen bolts on the lower clamps, you need a very stubby Allen key.
Seat concepts - Second attempt at a more comfortable seat and very happy with this. I need to revisit the staples as they didn't really penetrate correctly, kind of went in halfway and then bent over. I wasn't sure if I would want to mess with the foam after riding it so I left it like that, but it's working pretty well so I will re-staple permanently.