I've been recently getting my Spada in "roadworthy" shape. Note the quotation marks on roadworthy. Anyway this is what I've done 1. Mirrors: Replaced with new bar end type. Left and right 2. Front Disc/Rear Disc: Checked both, rear disc replaced. 3. Brakes pads: Replaced with new 4. Brake fluid bled/refilled --->issue here is that the rear brake master cylinder was shot. The cover would not open on account of bad screws. Hence it was replaced with that from an r6 seeing that all Spadas have this problem. However being a different shape It doesn't mesh with the frame, so it has been secured tightly with grip ties. Furthermore the fluid level is above the "lower" limit, as the bottle is on slight tilt in order to fit the allocated position. Will this setup fail? 5. Chain/Sprockets. Ordered from England will arrive in 2 days, and shall be fitted. 6. Lights: Everything checks out, headlamps, indicators etc. --->issue here is that I've noticed two small hairline cracks in the rear tail light housing. However Vicroads states that lamps must be "free of any damage, which would permit dust or water to enter the lamp". As hairline cracks don't 'permit dust or water' from 'entering the lamp', is this satisfactory? 7. Seat: Had a few duct taped holes. Seat was stripped, and retrimmed with spotlight furniture pleather. One crease. I'm not a professional! 8. Tyres: Replaced with new Sport Demons. 9. Mechanics/Engine/Driveline: Apparently fine. No odd sounds/ticks/cacophonies. No rust. Stock exhaust. Well let me know your opinion of the issues and what else might get nitpicked.