Since I have owned it, I put knobby tires on it (which are dead – need to be replaced) upgraded the brakes, had the bike wrapped in flat black with flames (I have photos of the paint that is under the wrap), relocated the tach and speedo, upgraded the headlight, replaced the ****** belt drive system with a proper chain drive, and completely overhauled the gutless 44 horsepower 883cc. It is now a 7000 RPM, 1210cc that twists up about 90 foot-pounds of tire-smoking torque. What its got (parts details):EBC brake rotors and pads, front and rear.Mustang SeatDenali HeadlightZippers Chain DriveProgressive Suspension Fork inserts and rear shocksSuper Trapp SS ExhaustSpoked Wheels- 19” front and 18” rearRelocated tach and speedo, the tach sits below the handle bars on the left side of the bike, the speedo is in a box in the garage, I don’t need that thing anyway. But I can put it back if you would prefer inaccurate ground speed info over engine speed info – or I can put them both on, up to you. And on to the fun bits.. drive train info:Burley Performance built me an engine with a flat torque curve, and a smooth/progressive build of horsepower. It accelerates effortlessly throughout the rev band, so you don’t have to wait for high RPMs to get going, nor does it thrust forward at low revs then loose its gusto past 4000. This Bike is strong from 1500-7000 RPMs, that’s not a typo, Yes, it spins 7000 rpms without exploding. I actually put a smaller rear sprocket on the rear because it pulled the gears way to easily with the factory ratios.Parts and whatnot;Burley Custom HeadsS&S valves and springsCustom 565 CamsWeisco 10.x/1 PistonsMikuni Carburetor with a big K&N filterDYNA ignition controllerExternal oil coolerCustom Clutch packAnd many, many other internals like upgraded seals and gaskets… I have the full build sheets and receipts for everything.I’m asking $11,500.00 United States Dollars. There is some room to talk about price OR a trade for a supersport (crotch-rocket) style bike (Yamaha/Kawasaki/Guzzi/Triumph/Aprillia). I’m selling this bike for a simple reason; I don’t ride it. My other bikes suit my taste better. I built this bike to pound around the trails and desert, and I just don’t do that. The knobbies add an edge to the bike that some people love, and some people hate. That’s why I didn’t put new tires on it before I decided to sell it. If you buy it you can put whatever you want on it. You can’t help but smile riding this thing around town or blasting down the two-lane blacktop thru the desert. If you don’t believe me, bring cash, a helmet, and a California motorcycle license then ride it yourself (gentlemen’s rules apply- you break it, you buy it).