Hey, just got myself an '06 yesterday. I zipped it to work (mechanic) and gave it a look over, and was very pleased to find out it's been taken care of really well. Chain is new and tension is perfect, suspension is great, oil was clean and full, and everything OEM seemed to work. I went off on a ride, and was fine most of the day until I got to some stop n' go traffic. I've done some digging and research, so I have an idea which direction to go. Overall, still very happy with the bike. So, the issues: 1) It has a Power Commander V. It's hooked to battery positive and I can see it's plugged into the OEM harness. With the ignition on, the Power and Status lights on the PCV don't light up. My question: if the PCV isn't getting power/powering up, the bike would not run, correct? since the bike is running fine with it plugged in, I can assume the little lights just went out, and it's working fine otherwise? 2) It overheats. It was fine for most of the day, until I hit a single lane of stop-n-go traffic. That was the first time I noticed it getting to 230+, and I started paying close attention to it. I wasn't sure what "normal" temp for a VFR was, so I was hoping the bike would tell me when it was too hot. It hit 250F, a light turned on, and I pulled over to the shade to let it sit for a while. I nursed it around 200-230 after that, until traffic let up and it was fine to ride home (went back to 187-ish ont he freeway.) I did some quick research, discovered my fan was never coming on, and that a VTR1000 fan blade is a seriously needed upgrade. Still, I need to figure out why it won't come on. The control for the fan is in the left (from rider position) radiator, correct? It's a single wire thermatic switch that grounds the fan circuit? If so, I'll ground it out and do some testing, just want to verify all that. 3) Seriously stumbles and shakes under 4k RPM. I'll be doing snorkel removal, PAIR disable and unplug, and intake flapper disable tomorrow... but I'd be really surprised if the amount of stumble I'm seeing was "normal" and approved by Honda Engineers... Anything else to check? Lastly, any other known issues or recommendations I missed are very welcome!