Thankfully, the 675R’s Öhlins suspenders address all of those complaints. The tamed geometry, a softer shock spring, firmer fork springs and totally revised damping transform the Daytona into a calm and composed track scalpel. Previously a special-order part from the Swedish firm’s race catalog, Öhlins’ NIX30 fork makes its middleweight debut on the 675R. Bigger 43mm legs contain oversized 30mm cartridges, providing improved damping from the top of the stroke. Compression and rebound adjustments are separated to the left and right fork legs, respectively, and unlike on the base Daytona’s Kayaba suspension components, each click makes a noticeable difference. Out back, the MotoGP-derived TTX36 shock has easily accessible dials, making it easy to fine-tune the settings.