I have an 05 450f and would LOVE a 06 from all the unbelievable comments posted on here. I just can't pull it off yet so I want to get the 05 as good as possible without dumping too much into. The suspension is TBT front and rear and will be sprung for my proper weight. I here so much talk about the steering and triple tree offset. I just can't bring myself to spend that much on them. I've contimplated an idea and can't think of too many problems with it. I would take the top tree clamp and machine the center hole .026 oblonged toward the back. I would then either put a spacer in the opposite gap or a screw in from the end to allow fine tune. The top clamp will be offset by .026. This would equate to the wheel axle being .080 back (2mm)farther. The forks would be at a .2angle from the stem. Now the wheel offset will change during travel from 2mm offset fully extented to about 1.3mm offset at full compression. I just don't know it that would be a bad thing. The bottom clamp easily springs the .023 needed for the top clamp to be installed. I do realize the the tripple tree is bound up a little but I think the bearings can handle it. I only have an RG3 clamp and not excited about chopping at it just yet. Anybody see any real problems with this?