Interesting thread, taking an imaginary center line through both wheels:
The tranni is right of center
The swingarm and driveshaft are well right of center.
The rear drive is definitely very heavy and right of center.
The gas tank level drops to be heavier right of center.
The fuel pump, ECU and most of the electrics are right of center.
The rear disc and ABS ring is right of center
I don't think the muffler adds up to that lot, certainly not an aftermarket one.
Come to think of it, it's amazing how the bike keeps vertical at all and on clockwise turns too!
Must be why they expect us to haul the bike on and off the stands left side, so we don't notice the tendency to right tipover.
Can somebody test their bike on a clockwise turn and say what's the slowest speed it has to be moving to stay upright compared to a left turn? Email me the vid clips and I can workout the speeds
Then I can design the 'stall' er.. tipover warning alarm.