I got used to the lumpiness and learnt to avoid causing it 99% of the time, so I wouldnít worry about it.
You can fit piggyback ECUs to adjust the fuelling which means you can run the bike at lower revs and itíll be smoother than stock.
By seat lowering kit, do you mean the official KTM lowering kit? If you can one foot easy, Iíd save your money.
As for 390 or 790 - if youíre already thinking about cost difference then you may as well go for the 390. The 790 is a totally different beast. But I think the 390 would be more engaging up to 80mph, you can really ring its neck thru the first 5 gears to get to that speed, plus its lightweight means you can really attack the corners.
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