Sorry for the off topic comment...but damn your chains freaking clean LOL kudos brother
04 Yamaha V Star 650
02 Triumph Daytona 955i
07 Honda CBR 1000rr
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just go 1-2 psi up...
i run mine (Sc1fornt Sc2rear) at (cold) 28-28 and sometimes even 30-30 even on the road and i have no problems...
(problem is roads here are sticky as butter with 10w oil all over it...lol)
If you are not running at SBK levels of laps, going up on psi doesnt do harm...down on psi...well...check your tire...
This may be a result of running a rear spring that is too soft, the valving in your shock could be off, or it could be a rider issue. It is so hard to diagnose with just a photo as there are so many variables...
I was going to ask about suspension set up too. I would suggest talking to your (OP) suspension guy. See what he says as well
The tyre pressure idea has some merit. The Island is hard on the left of any tyre cause you're leaned left for a long time at high speed. But I also agree the suspension could be involved. The reason I don't automatically assume its the shock is that it happened in the last session, just after I spent the first 5 sessions working on the settings with my suspension guy! But when I sent him a pic later and asked what he thought, he said maybe we need to do more work. So who knows? Guess I'll pay him some more and see what happens.