I recently took a trip up to Deal's Gap to attend the Women's Sportbike Rally (13th year for me). While hanging out at Deal's Gap resort I met another FJ rider who had some nice looking flush mount turn signals on the front of his bike. Found those online and got them ordered.
Dave Moss, of Dave Moss tuning was there during the rally, and for a fee, he would set up suspension and ergonomics on your bike. I am slowing making my FJ mine with mods here and there so I decided to go ahead and get the suspension set. He started with the ergonomics and found that my levers were sitting too low and that I needed a new clutch lever (factory is not adjustable and it sits too close in for me). (Pazzo levers were ordered when I returned home). He also found that my bars were slightly off center and I had been riding with my left arm bent and my right arm straight to compensate. Got the bar centered up and then we moved on to suspension. The way the suspension was, from the factory, had me sitting like it was a chopper style bike, back end low and front end higher. Got that corrected (which was very noticeable on the first ride). Front suspension was adjusted since I was barely using any fork travel. Once he was done, I took it out for a test ride and it was like riding a brand new bike. I am still adjusting to the changes but I really like everything that was done. In a month, I will be reviewing some changes he made to his Tracer 900 forks and making those changes to the FJ (his recommendation). I look forward to seeing what those changes bring about.
This weekend I will be installing the new levers, new front turn signals and new integrated rear turn signal (had to change the rear turn signals since the front were getting changed )