Hi everyone. I recently replaced both of the tires on my TLS because I had a screw stuck in the back one and they were both worn down enough that I didn't feel like I was losing a lot of money over it, plus I ride two up a lot and I did not want to have a passenger and be relying on a tire plug. The old tires were a michelin power pilot for the front and a dunlop sportmax Q2 for the back. I replaced the front with another power pilot because I found one on sale and I replaced the back with a shinko 009 raven which has pleased me on past bikes. Yes, I mix tires Anyways I have put about 350 miles on the new tires and so far I have been pleased with the break in and ride. They are grippy and I have had no problems making nice turns in the twisties. However on two occasions I have gotten my bike up to about 100-105 mph and the front tire begins acting very squirrley, oscillating back and forth and causing the bike to wobble. I have always had a steering dampener and it has always been set pretty tight. With my old tires my bike was able to go 155-160 on a few occasions with no problems (other than me being scared shitless). Does anyone have any suggestions as to why my new tires are giving me speed wobble? I understand it could be because I mixed tire brands but I doubt that is the case. Do I need to use them more before getting my bike up into the triple digits? Is it possible a weight has fallen off and the tire is off balance? :confused Any help would be greatly appreciated.