Since I had nothing to do with the Z900, I tested the spring rate of the rear suspension.
Since the normal was 100N Ohlins suspension and the preload was not applied much,
This time, I set it up by pre-setting it with 90N.
As for comparison with 100N, 90N is good for ease of laying down, but in terms of rear traction, both braking and acceleration
100N was better.
Since the adjustment mechanism of the rear suspension is only pre and rebound dampers, it is not possible to boil down the details.
Is 90N better? Is 100 good? It’s hard to judge, but this time the winner was 100N.
Depending on the rear suspension, things may change in the future, but this is the current running.