To improve your ride as a total package, take a look at:
1. Handlebar: Position can be tilted forward or back for your preferred reach. Handlebar riser also allow you not to lean too much forward. Widening the bar gives better leverage and improve handling (new bars)
2, Gear selector: Set in it to a position so you can apply enough force. Allow the selector to be on top of your toes to allow comfortable gear changes.
3. Windshield: Adjust so the channel of wind flow around the bike aerodynamics and your helmet. Favorite here are the GIVI. Ear plugs for the noise. I use music plugs.
Brake and clutch Lever: Set them having your arms stretched comfortable down on the handlebar. Let your fingers extend nicely and the levers rest under your fingers. Tilt them levers down would be more comfortable.
Seat height, shape and plushness:
1. Adding cushion or other materials under the seat cover.
2. Some have raise the seat height by adding spacers beneath.
3. Adding a slight bump at the front of the seat to prevent moving forward while braking.
Footpegs: Lowering using motowerk. Your shins should be as close to 90 degrees to your foot. Getting thicker and larger peg reduces the vibrations reaching your legs. Also improves leg circulation uring long rides.
Engine: Having the V's parallel twin balanced cuts down vibration through the frame. Reduce riding in her resonance rpm range. Change gear quicker
Brake pedal: Rest your foot in a relaxed horizontal position. Adjust the pedal so it's just underneath your foot. This makes it comfortable and allows you to press down firmly.
Why do all this?
It's your bike and personally suited to you.