Hi, I have a 92, 96 complied CBR250RR as everyone my age on their P's does I suppose. Due to an attempted theft and just some general concerns I have taken it into a mechanic to have the following checked for various reasons: Warping of the front right hand disc Regulator, bike wont start most at all, started for a while after replacement of battery but dead again now. Look at the shocks, nothing in em dead probally just fluids. Get the H frame straightened out, bike was layed on it side and jumped on General service and investigation replacement of LEDS behind dash Little history, the bike was layed over by the previous owner and the bike was damaged further in an attempted theft, currently has close to 80000 km's on it 20k of which I have put on in the 6 months of owning it. I took in to the mechanic who basically said that he did not want to fix half of what I listed because it is too much effort and he informed me in some pretty blunt words that I should just buy a new bike. Problem is im on restrictions for another six months and I actually LIKE my bike, despite the wanker label that is attached to them I love every moment of it hence the 20k put on it in 6 months I got the bike for a bargain at the time, 3k and I think that me wanting to put some cash into it at this point is not a bad thing. Im tempted to take it straight from this mechanic once done and have the rest completed plus a dyno. I am however interested in hearing if perhaps people think he is right? I mean it is old but I have looked after it, treat it right feed her the right oils and so on and I dont think that its time to just roll over and throw it away cause it is a little old. Any thoughts? Am I wasting my time?