After several years of sitting in pieces after low siding into a rally tall gutter, the CBR is finally back together and on the road again. I toyed with the concept of streetfightering it, but decided that it's one CBR model that doesn't look great naked. So it's a matter of fixing it up (physically and mechanically), tricking it up and getting it looking great again. Work already completed: - new (reconditioned) forks - new fibreglass mudguard - new discs and pads (needed for rwc) - new tail side fairing and centre bridge - main side fairings cracks repaired - pillion handle and rearsets polished up - carbies stripped, ultra sonically cleaned and jetted - anodized aluminium fittings from http://www.pro-bolt.com/ (bar ends, engine bolts, fairing bolts, oil filler cap, top yoke nut, brake reservoir cap, fuel cap bolts) - satin black clutch/brake levers fitted Upcoming works: - hindle race headers to be fitted - replacement for omrae pipe to be fitted (possibly hindle, maybe something else, but needs to pair well with the headers) - possibly fit jet kit once exhaust system is sorted - polish remaining aluminium parts (pillion peg mounts, etc.) - replace OEM footpegs - braided brake lines - full respray of all fairings in satin black (most critical at the moment) - LED indicators to replace the massive OEM ones - Clear tail light lens I guess the key thing is that it's finally back on the road and I'm really enjoying it - just needs some finishing touches to really look as good as it runs. Big thanks to Jack and the crew at Cranbourne Motorcycles for the work on the carbies (and subsequent tuning, etc) as well as sorting out RWC and rego for me. Pics coming soon.