I read in another thread that a bad wobble could be attributed to steering bearings or the fluid-bloc.
The issue is that when I let go the handlebars (please don't ask why I let go the handlebars), or only one handlebar, for just a few seconds, say to tighten the cruise control screw under the righthand handlebar, I get a wobble that worsens exponentially at the handlebars. The bike has 45,000 miles (76,000km). It did not wobble when I purchased it a few years ago. It was steady as on rails when I let go my handlebars. As a matter of fact, all my BMWs where steady when I let go the handlebars for a few seconds at a time.
I do remember that at one point I removed the front fairing and the support that holds the front fairing. I may have unscrewed the screws hold steady the fluid-bloc. I don't even know what that systems actually does. There is very little information about the mysterious fluid bloc. Is it some kind of steering damper? Because that could explain some wobbling or shaking.
Would adding risers and C-bars on my S be cause for shaking?
Anyways, I know something is fishy there and it is not getting better with time. It definitely needs attention.