I will get to work on the pics. Hope you still like it then! The three custom tasks included making a bracket for the YZ front number plate, moving the "power on" button (the one attached to the upper triple clamp on the right), and eliminating the "clutch in" sensor for the starter. 1) Bracket - made out of stock alum from local building supply. Mounts to the two holes on the upper triple clamp (speedo currently uses the two holes). In the middle of this bracket I drilled a hole to place a stud. The stud was simply a bolt about 1" long placed through the hole and locked down with a nut. I think I used a M6. The stud is then used for attaching to a tab located on the top/rear center of the YZ plate. To mount it all, I added a 3/4" length bushing around the stud, washer, number plate tab, washer, and then nylock nut. 2) Power switch - This is only mod on the bike I cannot return to "normal". After removing the power switch I cut the steel bracket flush with the base of the plastic cover. I then removed the handle bar pad foam. With an x-acto knife I cut out a portion of the foam to make space for the switch. Take the time to make the space tight enough to hold the switch snug. I then cut a hole in the pad cover so I could use the switch and see the red LED. My cut on the cover was a bit off the first time so take your time, i.e., mine is not "pretty". But it's cool. 3) Clutch switch - This one is a little fuzzy in my mind. If I recall correctly, I simply made a jumper using two electrical connectors to short the clutch switch sensor. When you start unplugging all the wires that were behind the light you will see what I mean. I just plugged the jumper into the connector and taped it up. I almost forgot. If you remove the speedo you will need to replace the sensor on the right of the front hub. I ordered my spacer from http://www.flatlandracing.com/. Hope this helps some without being too confusing! I'll try and get the pics in the next day or so. Perfect, thanks for taking the time explaining it. Much appreciated and definitely looking forward to the pics.