Just wondering who else goes to extreme lenghts when they buy a new dirt bike ? I have spent 17hours this weekend(not to mention 4 hours last weekend) just to set it up and get it how I want it. But this does include a lot of stuff that I have put on. Braided brake line (it's so touchy, that it's deadly!) UFO "YZ style" rear guard, with light under UFO fork guards in WR Blue. Renthals Bash plate frame guards tapered header and E-Series 14t front sprocket Trottle Jockey YZ426 graphics and seat cover Stainless steel allen key bolts to replace a **** load of hex head bolts clear vinyl to protect the plastics (this is very time consuming, and I estimate that there was about 4hours in this) I did 45kms on it in standard form, so I could then go over all the nuts and bolts, plus check spoke tension etc. After I set it all up how I wanted it, I went for a ride, and it was perfect, it felt like the way my old 99 WR felt, and heaps different from standard. I have part of what I have done on my web site, but photo's are not there yet. I will also have a few tips that I would like to share. eg: I always wrap 1 1/2 rounds of the electrical insulation tape around the bars under the clutch perch and front brake master cylinder. This allows them to spin in the event of a fall, and it will almost always stop you levers from breaking ------------------ R o d. H. Canberra, Australia400 Thumpers Australia 2000 WR400FL White Brother E-Series Tapered header, Devol Rad. guards, Renthals, WB frame guards, UFO rear guard and fork guards, Fastline braided brake hose.