Here's maybe a weird question: my R is set up for supermoto and riden almost all on the street. I was doing some work on it the other day, had the fuel tank off, and noticed how deep each of the tank's side-chambers are, on either side of the center channel (where the bike's frame passes through the center of the tank). It occured to me that without a lot of bouncing and side to side motion, fuel from one side-chamber would not be able to "slosh over" to the side of the tank where the fuel petcock is. So here's the Wierd-question-of-the-week: will a street riden R go need to be prematurely switched to reserve, even though the other side of the tank was still almost full of fuel? Seems to me that would happen unless the bike saw a lot of side to side / bouncing motion (like you'd normally have offroad). Is that true or am I missing something? I ask because several times when I've been out on a ride I've had to shift the fuel cock to reserve, when I didn't think I had riden that many miles... If this is true then obviously all you'd need to do is give the bike a couple of good shakes to move the fuel into the right-side chamber.... [i said it was a weird question.] Thanks, "Perplexed in Pennsylvania"