OK, I'm out of ideas on my `89 1100... I want to keep my fairings, and I do *not* have the money to spend on CF bodywork or titanium header... I've replaced the exhaust with a Hindle, removed the steel subframe, passenger footpeg brackets, most of the exhaust brackets, and fabb'd new brackets out of aluminum for signal lights/exhaust can. I also replaced the stock mirrors which weighed a ton. Are the "straight-spoke" wheels signifigantly lighter than the twisted-spoke style? I do *not* wanna go with fragile aftermarket wheels - the roads up here are far too rough and pothole-filled. Is there anywhere else I can remove/replace parts to get more weight off without breaking the piggy-bank on unobtanium/titanium? Anyone make fiberglass fuel tanks? What else can I do short of removing bodywork? Is there a lighter battery I can use? I know they make dry-cell batteries for the car-dudes, but those weigh as much as a plain wet-cell bike battery. Any other ideas? Anyone?