Well guys, my Baja Designs electric start kit arrived today. Below are two pictures of the majority of the kit minus the installation manual and nuts, bolts, gasket and a little bit of the wiring. The instruction manual is very detailed step by step. With wiring diagrams at the back. Notice how thin the battery is, it is the black rectangular box in the center. It came with a battery tender,a new custom shift lever made to fit with the new case piece and a flywheel removal tool. The starter motor weighs almost 5lbs and the rest of the kit weighs another 4lbs. The large gear in front of the battery must be precisely pressed on the flywheel of the bike. Baja Designs will do that free of charge but I must pay the shipping both ways. They also state that the charging system will work better if you have the stator wound to double its output. That is optional however and the stock stator will only have a problem keeping the battery charged if you your riding real slow with the headlight running. I think I will wind my stator for the extra output. The battery will be located under the seat over the top of the air box under the sub-frame. It is velcroed both top and bottom into positon. By the way, the battery cost $160.00 to replace. It will be a while before I get it installed since I have decided to have Baja Designs press the gear on the flywheel. It must be precisely pressed on or the starter will not work correctly. Im not sure if I am going to rewind my stator or pay them $120.00 to do the job. This may end up costing me $1,000.00 before I'm done. It definately looks well made but the proof is going to be in the finished installation. I could have saved about $40.00 on the kit since I already have the battery tender and the flywheel removal tool. I did not know they were a part of the kit.