Kawasaki ZN 1300 Voyager. Currently spread over a wide area, I ran out of cash. Mostly cosmetic and rectifying minor problems. plastic fairing has extensive cracking, vents fallen out ect. Being duel skin plastic fairing will make it marginaly more difficult to weld up. Most repairs to this bikes fairing are just glue a shaped metal sheet in for support without any welding. My plan is to weld all cracks, hopefully without adding stress zones by the heat of the welding and then use a flexible "epoxy resin" to add strenth to the fairing. Damn I hope it dosn't crack up again after because I'll be makeing it virtualy impossible for any future repairs. The front forks are all done, everything is new in them, rechromed and powder coated black from my good friend Shaun at SOS Suspension at penrith, the guys a genious when it comes to suspension and modified the "gold valves" to suit. Cant afford the rear shocks yet, over 1k to be spent on the ass end, other work I can't afford atm is shims and coils to get back ease of starting. All Z13's are shockers for starting after valve shims are worn and coils getting old. Start getting everything ready to paint and it's all being done a "dark amethyst pearl metalic", I should have everything I need to get that done except I want to get another "air reciever" for my compressor so I don't run low on air while spraying. Need to sort out the sound system as it gets closer to completion. I'm only on the pension and can't afford shit mostly, going to tech while bringing up my 6 y/o daughter solo, this is not a hurried project by any means. As i get something worth takeing a picky of, I'll let you all know. When done (as long as I don't stuff up the paint) it will be a totaly stunning motor cycle. One of the last modifications to it will be the seat, yet to be ripped apart and plastic weld arm and back rests for the little pillion I'll be carrying then decide if I want to tackle upholstery. (doubt it though, leave that to a proffesional) In full touring trim with luggage and pillion, 1/2 ton of motor cycle is the most awsome beast I could ever envision. The paint looks nearly black in the shade and sparkles up with brilliant dark blueish/purple hue in the sun.