If tires are good and balacned then check the steering head bearing and check the preload of these bearings. The preload for these bearings should be 4.00 to 4.85 pounds. Incorrect steering head bearing preload can cause handlebar oscillation.
I switched my tires out and the wobble almost went away completely, Then it came back after a few thousand miles. The wear on the back tire caused it to start cupping which probably caused the wobble if you combine it with a few other things. I'm going to eventually change my springs out to progressive springs and change the fork oil as well as the bearings. But that's just my plans on my wobble. Yours could probably just be fixed by one of those things. happy riding.
:ROFL: I just noticed that this was my 666th post. :ROFL: sorry, just had to mention it.
After all this good advice I took the bike into my Honda dealer and they confirm it is my rear tire being badly scalloped that is casuing my wobble...this site has been invsaluable thanks to all that responded.... :waving::waving: