The C5 you rode with 400 miles on it wasn't broken in, either. It'll take a thousand miles before the shaking is noticeably less. But the c5 should've let you know that yours is OK. Have patience, the good stuff is still coming!Bare
Mattsz-From one B5 owner to another, all I can say is be patient ...... 2500 miles later, the bike is a completely different machine. It runs so much smoother that I can't even believe it is the same bike I started with.
Your dealer is your best bet. I looked at the badge and it is further out of whack than I would accept. You can bend the fender no problem but I would get that attended to as well by the dealer. Who is your dealer?
I'll pile on this thread ...... mine appears to be even further out of alignment. Marty in Minneapolis delivered this one.
Is the badge a different one than has been on Bullets for the past 55 years? To my knowledge they have all looked the same since about 1955. (not talking about alignment), but how good they do or don't look