Did you change the springs with those Ricors? or just add the Ricors and change the oil?The biggest thing I noticed with mine was the front wheel immediately stopped tracking the cracks in the roadway. I felt a larger difference putting my Ricors in my forks and if I had to do it all over again I would do both items probably before I did my exhaust... yes the combination of the two made that big of difference.
THIS is a proper fork brace, NOT the Superbrace or the similar brace from Telefix. There are two problems with a Superbrace is where it attaches to the fork. The top of the fork tube around the fork seals is the weakest, thinnest part of the fork. It is least able to bear the loads of a fork brace. Number two, such braces do not have sufficient clamping area to do the job. You would need a clamp that grips 50-75 mm (2-3 inches) of the fork stanchion to be effective. Because they attach to the weakest part of the fork, if you tighten them down fully, you will distort the fork seal. If you do not tighten it fully, it is doing little or nothing.Sportster 48 stock: