I got this the other day, it says only a few people are sent this to give the R&D department feedback, do not know if it will work for everyone but here it is, can not hurt to fill it out.
I would also add,Fred H. said:Fix or remove the anti-dive valve (put cartridge forks in BOTH legs)
Find the cause of the rear brake shudder at high temps, and fix it
Another digit on both the trip meters
Saddlebag and trunk lids that don't rub (a simple strip of teflon tape would do)
An accurate speedometer
Extend (double) the turn signal cancel time out
Really fix the saddlebag and trunk release mechanism
Fix the GPS on the 06 for the "Unverified road" problem and relocate the GPS controls and remove the lockout on them so they can be used when moving (stop letting the lawyers get their noses in the design)
Add an Electrically adjustable windshield
Fix the cruise control buzz in headsets
Add a passenger volume control that works
put some protection on the bottom of the coolant overflow tank so rocks won't bust holes in it
Put a stiffer spring on the rear shock (1,000 lbs/inch)
Find a better switch design for the reverse, mute, flashers, and cruise that doesn't stick and lock up
All the bike really needs is a little refinement and some minor fixes, and none of them would be hard or expensive to do.
Yea, except Yamaha didn't just stop at fixing what was broke. They continued with more changes till they broke what didn't need fixing.The Bear said:Yamaha listened to the FJR-1300 riders who complained abiut the heat on the drivers legs. They fixed the problem and now they have an even greater bike. Why can't Honda do the same?