Torque Request- When you say you compressed the forks before tightening the pinch bolts, do you mean you didn't tighten the left pinch bolts AT ALL before tightening the axle bolt? The manual calls for tightening the left pinch bolts, then the axle, then loosening the left pinch bolts, tightening the right ones and then tightening the left ones again. I have the same bounce issue after changing the tires.and I'm wondering if doing the axle first might help as you suggest, but wanted to make sure I was understanding your post.
You can torque the axle nut without tightening any axle pinch bolts
if you use a hex bit to keep the axle from spinning while torqueing to spec.
The installation steps from the manual: with the assumption you are not using a 17 mm hex bit to hold the axle- you are using the RHS pinch bolts instead.
If you use a hex bit to torque the axle nut, you can skip to step 4.
The point is to align the RHS fork with the LHS fork fixed.
1. Tighten the right front axle holder pinch bolts to the specified torque.
2. Install and tighten the axle nut to the specified torque.
3. Loosen the right front axle holder pinch bolts.
4. Tighten the left front axle holder pinch bolts to the specified torque.
5. Install the front brake calipers.
With the front brake applied, pump the forks up and
down several times to seat the axle and check brake operation.
6. Tighten the right front axle holder pinch bolts to the specified torque.
ED model: Install the axle cap.
Check the clearance gap between the front wheel
speed sensor bracket and pulser ring (page 20-21).