Well, parts of it anyway. With anything vaguely interesting and naked (Hmm) costing over $2500 these days I've decided to start my new project bike(Another damn SR500) but all I have room for and can afford at this stage is an engine. So, grand plan is to get a later model SR400 engine (better oil lubrication around the head) and to swap the crank with that of a SR500. Very mild porting, possible overbore and piston. Slight problem, having a bit of trouble sourcing a 400 engine for around $600, but I'll get one sooner or later. In the interim, when hunting for a crank I've poached MattB's spare bottom end. He needs the layshaft and I need to 500 crank so I'm pulling it to bits in my bedroom. Ah, the warmth! The Light! Here's the bottom end when I carried it in. Destination - grotty crank. And after a bit of work, right side is pretty much cleaned out. Right hand side of the crankshaft spindle looks good. The left hand side, under the pile of rust that used to be a flywheel, will hopefully be the same. Can't do that (easily) until I get the flywheel puller in the mail. I'm also waiting on a crankcase puller and trying to find my damn impact drive to get the oil pump out (the three near-rounded bolts at the top of the shot) and hopefully then I'll just split the cases and steal the crank, which although it looks grotty, managed to clean up alright when I gave it a bit of a wipedown. Then, fingers crossed, I'll have sourced a SR400 engine and I'll start tearing that down and rebuilding it. Brace yourself for a myriad of stupid questions during the rebuild!