I just acquired a CA plated (it was plated before 2004 so from what I've read I get to keep the plates:thumbsup:) 98 YZ400 for $1000.00. The catch is that it's completely torn apart with a bad rod bearing and a scratched cylinder. The local motorcycle shop says that the cylinder can be re-nicaksealed and that a stock size piston will fit right back in. I've never been this deep into a bike before (first 2-wheeler, finally realized that quads are dumb) so I was wondering if this is a good idea, or if a new cylinder altogether would be better. The scratch is pretty small, would probably run if I left it alone but if I'm putting the whole bike together piece by piece, might as well do it right. Any input is appreciated! BTW, When I said the bike is torn apart, I mean every single peace is in multiple boxes. The previous owner was starting to do a rebuild, but bought a WR-450 instead and put the bike in storage. I just finished pressing in new pivot bearings and swingarm bearings, with the wheel bearings next. A build up thread with pics is coming soon for any of those interested. Thanks again for any suggestions!