Hey peter, mine is a 98 with 14,000 on it and I dont notice any undue pulling or pushing in any corners but, I used to race a GSXR 1170 Yoshi special for 6 years and I tend to lean off of the bike in the bends, dont get my knee down on the roads as there is not any point but I do use my body to put weight where it is needed.
Try just useing the balls
of yer feet on the pegs and not the sole of your boot.
Relax your arms and dont hold the grips toooooooooo hard as this can upset gyroscopic forces!
When cornering shift your bum slightly to the way you want to corner.
Have a straighter arm on the outside of the bend and a slightly bent arm on the inside and gently push to counter steer.
You may well be doing this allready without knowing.
And the big big thing is RELAX! enjoy what you are doing and pracxtice cornering.
My K12rs was so different to steer after many years of jap bikes and it takes a wee bit of practice. Also you have monolever and paralever suspension as well as ABS, well i do anyway.
I also have the bigger rear wheel 5.5" with a 180 section rear, ytre pressures play a big part on cornering too. I run slightly over inflated tyres about 3-4 psi extra in each and my bikes corners quite differently.
I am never going to have another jap bike again as I am now at one with my Beeeeeemer