Somebody moved this to the project section. So now the jig is up and I will have to post something. Anyway, the goal is to make an R4 loosely based on the Yamaha R7 OW-02 and using my FZR400 as the starting point. I have a build page here http://litetek.co/R4/R4_Project.html but it is just a work in progress. This is what an FZR400 3TJ1 looks like. And this is what an R7 looks like. The plan is for a half fairing. I was going to buy an R7 unit and hack that up but I ended up buying an early R6 race version so I can fit round headlights. Seat is based on the R7. Radiator is going under the seat. The instrument cluster, from an R6, is the same as the R7 except for the white face, and there is a page on that here http://litetek.co/R4/Guide_R4_InstrumentCluster.html Electrics are being changed a lot. Rewiring with Tefzel coated wire and lots of new components. Ignition switch is an RFID by MotoGadget (the blue thing is the key). Electric water pump to replace the binned mechanical one. Shindengen SH775 reg-rec. The fuse boxes are Cooper-Bussmann (only took me 4 months to find them), completely waterproof and can hold micro-relays as well as fuses (nice). Headlights are 90mm Hella. Still have to buy the electronic control unit for the pump/fan and the GPS speedo sender. As part of this project I have to get rid of the wings on my 400. Now I am sure that some people think they look good. I am very happy for you. But for me, the word hideous springs to mind. In any case they are not in keeping with the final goal. Cut, cut and cut. Need to have something level. and the laser level comes in handy for that. Keep cutting with a little bit of welding thrown in. Welds aren't perfect yet. I am still getting the hang of my new machine, and I have the wrong tungstens. The pulse setting is wonderful. Laser line shifted up to new lug. Note slight gap. I know you are going to say "Why didn't you do multiple cuts?" actually I did, just not enough. Anyway it will come out fine. The back section also includes a lug for the lower part of the new sub-frame to attach to. There are four pieces of the old cast wings that go together to make this. Nearly halfway there. I sat the tank on just to see where it sits. Maybe finish it tomorrow if I don't run out of gas (tiny little bottle in the background).