Ive spent the last few months rebuilding my little RGV. It wasn't a full nut and bolt restoration but anything grubby was either re-finished or replaced. I've also fitted many mechanical upgrades to it. When i took ownership of it a couple of years ago she was just a bog stock jap import with the restricted engine (about 45hp). I have de-restricted her by throwing away the 32mm Mikuni Carbs and fitting the bigger 34's, fitting an Aprilia SAPC box (controls ignition) and many more go-faster bits including TYGA stainless steel GP exhaust, Tuning works racing o-ring heads, re-built the top end, new reed valves,chain, sprockets, new clutch plates and stiffer clutch springs, and many more. I also have a set of 06' Hayabusa 6 pot calipers, brembo master cylinder and HEL braided lines still to fit. The fairings were re-sprayed in their original metallic pearl white by Troy at MCR smash repairs in Tullamarine who's done a brilliant job. I ordered a set of new Decals through a forum member at www.rgv250.co.uk his username is snittle and his workmanship is spot on. I fitted the decals myself and although they turned out alright, the job took years off my life lol, it truly is an art especially when you have to make straight edged decals follow a compound curve on your fairing. Never again!! Wheels were powder coated by Mr Powder coat in Williamstown and the rest was done by yours truly. www.rgv250.co.uk is a pretty awesome resource if you're building one of these things, there's a wealth of knowledge on there and about 11,000 members eager to help. Theyre fantastic bikes and i'm glad to be flying the 2 stroke flag! I'll never sell her.