Today I put another 30 miles on it while on the local canyon roads. I've been on this very twisty (Redwood Rd) road at least 200 times with my 2010 S1000RR and I know almost every bump and corner. There is this uneven bump that you can not miss, coming out of a sharp left hand turn, I usually hit the bump at about 45 miles/hr and it always makes my handle bar wobble for a moment (a tiny tank slapper) and I relax the handle bar and the bike settles. I've tried my bike with very different suspension settings and regardless of whether it's very tight (track setting) or very soft,...the wobble will occur every time on this bump.
well today I do my thing again and guess what, the bike just cuts through the bump like a hot knife through butter...NO wobble whatsoever!...I go up and turn around and repeat my lap. Again, very smooth sailing through the uneven bump as if it's just a tiny dent in the road.
Ladies & Gentlemen, DDC works for me!
On a different, yet related note; Assuming that DDC works constantly and provides the ultimate suspension setting at every moment of riding, shouldn't that theoretically lead to getting more mileage out of a set of tires under comparable conditions?