In fact, dialed up for sport, the FJR exceeded my expectations for a machine of this weight class. Turn-in is surprisingly light, and the chassis maintains a natural feel with neutral bank-holding ability. Set your line and it’s on it. And while we are glad the FJR is a bit lighter and smaller feeling than much of its competition, you still feel its not-insubstantial weight in full side-to-side transitions at a medium-to-fast pace, where it’s a bit slow to respond. Overall, though, the suspension upgrade has made a huge difference in the overall performance and feel of the FJR.