Just want to know if this is normal. I just got my bike back from my local Ducati Tech. She got a 12K service and I had him dail in the suspension since I hadn't messed with the suspension since I got the bike. (Third owner) I was shown initially that the front forks had been shifted back by the previous owner (hence the reason my key lock never worked). He told me that was known as the "crash position". He recommended that he moved it back to the stock position,(forks forward) and I agreed. Well, I picked the bike up on Friday, and it sounded awesome. As I drove it off, I noticed IMEDIATAELY that the bike's suspension was SUPER sensitive to any input. It was like riding someone else's bike. It doesn't turn into corners, it DIVES! But, on surface streets and the freeway ride home, the bike seems to DRIFT left to right. At first I thought that it was my sitting position, but even centering myself didn't seem to make a difference. The movement was smooth and rhythmic, and definitely not something that had happened in the past. I called him when I got home and explained what was happening. He said it could be grooves in the road, tire wear, or a dry steering bearing. He said to bring it back if it continued to be an issue. What do you all think?