An additional Dynamic option package adds the self-adjusting DDC electronic suspension, plus heated grips and a chin fairing. (DDC functionality depends on the lean angle sensor, so the Dynamic package is only available in conjunction with the Sport package.) The Sachs shock and 46mm inverted fork are identical to what's on the $24,995 HP4 superbike; the only difference is the software programming. Each of the four ride modes dictates a corresponding DDC profile. Unlike the HP4, you cannot alter the damping response within each DDC profile; you can, however, select from Soft, Normal, or Hard response schemes, for simpler-if-coarser adjustments, in addition to selecting a profile for solo or two-up riding. Preload is manually adjusted at both ends on the R, so these profiles only change damping rates. The differences between Soft, Normal, and Hard are not as obvious here as on BMW's ESA-equipped touring models, but they are noticeable nonetheless.