Hey Guys! Time has come to ge started on some SR400 stuff again. Since getting the rear end tidied up it's really shown how clunky the front end of the bike is. The gauges stick up like dogs bollocks and there's wires and fat ugly switchgear everywhere. Here's where it is at the moment... I've got a single cable throttle, a plate to relocate the bulky ignition under the seat and some of the sweetest looking little switches I've seen. They drill into the clipons. Switch on the left will be indicator, button will be horn. On the right it'll be Off/Low beam/High Beam and killswitch. Now all I have to do is learn how to solder properly. :grin: To keep the lines flowing more I'll have to move the headlight down. After muchas debilitating I'm going to ditch the tacho and get the speedo moved into the tank. Which leads me to another question - does anybody know a good welder in Melbourne? I can weld, but not well. Probably looking to put a tube straight through the tank. So if you know anybody who can weld a fuel tank, and won't charge through the nose get in touch. Looking to achieve this; Anyway, if you've got any ideas, criticisms or know where I can find a good welder... post away!