Raise the forks
I have had the same problem, and I also got these "tips" on how to ride in the wind. I've been riding for 36 years, and have never had a bike act like this on me. (My previous bike, a KLR650 was tough in the wind too, but nothing like this.) It only happens in certain conditions and I don't think most of these folks have experienced it yet. One person on one of the lists was telling us how it was the rider all the way, then one day he posted that it had happened to him and scared the crap out of him.
I raised the forks (lowered the front end) 18mm, and that has helped quite a bit, but it's still not perfect. I believe that the tires are a big part of the problem and will be putting on ME 880's come spring and a return to the riding season. I also will add some tank panniers as I believe (it's an opinion, so don't go balistic on me) that it has to do with some aerodynamics of the fairing design which causes a little lift at some point. I think that some panniers will break that lift and will help. (A side benefit is that it helps to protect the legs from the weather also.)
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