The chassis was my favorite part of the bike. This MCR 450 is fun in the corners people! If there is a rut you'll nail it. If there is a flat corner your going to nail it, it doesn't matter. Yes the spec Dunlops do help a lot but let me tell you that this bike can corner like nobody's business! Yes, the stock Suzuki can corner also but not to the degree that this MCR 450 could. I had a huge smile on my face when coming into corners. I can set up so early or pivot off of a braking bump - I could literally do what I wanted when I wanted to! This is all due to chassis set up. Every part of the bike works together. From the tires, suspension, motor, ergos - it never got out of control and was by far one of the easiest pro riders' bikes to ride! I was so pumped I was almost going to call Tony Alessi to see if I could get one of these to race, then I came to my senses! The main thing about this bike was it was consistent around the track. Not at one point did this bike do something different. I knew exactly what it was going to do every lap, every corner and every bump! Consistency.