Wanna-be Carl Fogartys take note: There was no sign of the next-generation 996 from Ducati, but it did display the new limited-production 996R, which features a narrow-head 998cc engine that's more oversquare than the current 996's. The larger powerplant features revised fuel injection and other mods to increase horsepower to a whopping 135 at 10,200 rpm. The much-anticipated Monster S4 is powered by the 916cc eight-valve engine from the ST4 (and even shares the sport-tourer's chassis) and weighs only two pounds more than the Monster 900S. Yamaha introduced the FJR1300, a Europe-only big-bore sport-tourer, combining a 1298cc shaft-drive four producing 135 hp with an aluminum beam frame, electronically adjustable screen and purpose-built luggage in a package that looks to be a worthy successor to the FJ1100/ 1200. BMW's R1150R is a revamped R1100R fitted with the 1130cc boxer engine and six-speed transmission from the R1150GS. Other features include revised styling, wider handlebars, a more powerful brake system, a larger fuel tank and five-spoke cast wheels from the R1100S.