Howdy. Welcome to the forum. Location?
The riding modes, Touring and Sport, do not affect how much power you get. They affect how quickly you get it. It's like changing from a half to a quarter turn throttle. Me? I'm a wuss, an old wuss. The FJR, in "T", already is quicker and faster than my GPz750.
I agree with red on the tire pressure. Book says 36F/42R. Like many of us here, I have settled on 40F/42R.
Feed the critter regular, not premium, gas. It will run quite happily on the 85 octane gas you quite frequently find Out West.
If you change your own oil, be aware that the torque setting for the engine oil plug in both the owner's and FSM is wrong. The Books say 31 lb./ft. That is too much. You run the risk of stripping the threads in the crankcase. The specs for the rear drive drain plug, same type of bolt (minus magnetic tip) bolting into the same kind of aluminum casting, is 17 lb./ft.
If you do your own maintenance, check out the Youtube "Two Wheel Obsession" videos. A little wordy sometimes, buthe covers all the common tasks up to checking the valve clearances.
If you ride at night at all
, I recommend the Real Time Industries 3-M film for the saddle bags.
About $20 and virtually invisible, a cheap safety feature.
If you do do your own maintenance, be aware that the tupperware is a real PITA to remove. I think the guide in my signature (I did not produce it) is better than either the FSM or the Haynes book. I have both the FSM and the Haynes book. The Haynes book is great for about $30. The title says it covers all models to 2013, but the only functional difference between yours and mine is that your cruise control limit is higher.
Oh, and many consider red to be the "fastest" color.