Just check the normal stuff like it was any other bike and do a "chudder test" (search engine here will help). If chudder is present, decide whether or not you can live with it. It can be fixed, so budget accordingly.
It's just a secondary vibration that is present in some Vee's below 4,000 rpms. Realshelby has a great fix for this if it is an issue. It's nothing detrimental to the mechanical well being of the bike, just a comfort issue.Chudder sounds wonderfull, now need to research it.