100%. I need new front and rear tyres plus some equipment to change the tyres myself (~$500 total inc. tyres). But I have other financial commitments right now. I plan on going for a track day around January 2022.You have to get your sport bike to a track day.
Does the rear feel unstable when you do this (like it is slightly swerving from side to side)? Or does it track straight under heavy braking and rear just feels "lighter"? I'm still trying to figure this out myself as I personally don't think I'm supposed to feel the rear becoming unstable. I'm going to install some stainless steel braided lines in a couple of days. This will give me the chance to flush and bleed the lines with new fluid. I'll test out the brakes (in a safe way) to see if I still get the unstable feeling. If that doesn't work, my next guess is tyres. Then I might also look at suspension, though I don't think the suspension is at fault as I've put it all back to factory settings as per the service manual.I'm still using the rear brake, in braking area, at least when the rear tire touches, it grabs a little. I'm trying everything to get me stopped !
I want certainty that when I'm braking for dear life that I don't have to worry about if the bike will slide out from under me or not. Especially for street riding.