I tried all kinds of stuff...even the GMD "sweet" #s...(which they slammed the front and jacked up the rear)they didn't work all that well....well as you go faster! They seem to work ok for a mid pack expert pace but as you go faster...you run into all kinds of problems...tire wear problems, front end tucking problems, chatter...etc.
Ok, but we both have R6's.
I don't have my front slammed. Neither does yours. Not sure if it was lost in translation or what, but my old butt not trying still goes pretty well. I think that's front of the pack expert pace , right?
Regardless, the "sweet numbers" can get messy if issues like spring rate, preload, and dampening are done up in a way that they over come each other. It's a package.
I have worked with riders that have over done one thing to do something that wrecked the whole set up. Recognizing that difference can be hard. And translating those issues to a tuner can be the loss.
You have options.
Honda America has a GMD thing. Graves' has used one. A lot of fast riders have. And some slow ones. You have lots of options. Often, the riders don't recognize the variables that are present. Yeah, you measure a guy's fork tube height above the triple clamps, but you didn't recognize the fact that the internal work on the fork makes the distance the front axle is from the lower triple clamp longer. Someons measured the shock length, but didn't bother recognizing that the rear axle was located 20mm forward in the swingarm.
And it's issues like that that can get a rider out of the "center" of the "good handling" circle.