I've done some Sunday-morning searching, but not really 'hit' my answer yet, so am taking the lazy way out and asking.
I've got a '17 636 6R with ABS... that'll be interesting.
I plan to convert it to a racebike after I get it paid off around December. I'm a former racer, soon to be again, haven't been in the sport for a while. When I last bought suspension stuff, Ohlins 25mm carts and TTX rears were the hot thing. I missed the whole BPF fork experience. I seem to remember reports of problems with oscillation/BPF chatter floating around the internet.
Impressions of my '17 are that the forks damping is OK in both directions, but the bike's undersprung; I don't yet know what I think of the rear since I haven't had the bike on the track, nor really pushed the envelope on the street. I don't really want to push it on the street, either.
I'm pretty sure I'll get bumped after my first weekend racing next spring. Can someone point me to how the BPF chatter was solved, what's a good upgrade for a 190lb Expert's forks? I know I need springs front and rear. For the forks, what's recommended: piston/shims, carts, other internals work? Whose shock do I want on the rear?
I haven't changed tire preferences, I'm probably still in love with Pirellis.