I just got my bike back from a winter in the shop and it flat screams! It was bone stock as of Dec. 03 except for an electrex dot kit. I registered it in Colorado to ride on the street but it is not a Supermoto. A list of the mods completed by either ThumperRacing or Chesterfield Valley PowerSports here in St. Louis, Missouri. Complete rebuild by ThumperRacing including a 450 kit, head porting, new intake valves, and PowerNow carb plate. FMF full titanium exhaust with PowerBomb Hinson Clutch kit with basket K&N filter with jet kit 45 pilot 178 main per ThumperRacing Maxxis dual dot tires, balanced Magura hydrolic clutch kit Removed restrictors per yamaha closed course comp. only instructions. Braking oversize front wave rotor and brake line kit One Industries graphics kit trail computer with billet "dashboard" The total bill, gulp....!!! $4585.94 parts and labor Ouch! But I rode it this am for the first time, 8 miles one way to work on back streets. It is scary fast. A bit loud but that is fine with me. And I have no arrestor in the muffler as of yet. It stoppies like no bike I have ever ridden. It seems to shift much more smoothly and transfers from off idle to full throttle much more smoothly than before. It also idles along in gear very strong with no throttle input at all where this would easily kill it before. It starts fairly easily but is harder to kick over than before. Over all, I am very glad that I put the money in this bike instead of buying a new 450. Thanks to ThumperTalk for all the build up ideas I got from your old 426 supermotard project. I nearly duplicated it except for the carb, suspension and wheel/tires mods. But I will be hitting the trails as well as the street. Thanks again!!!