Agreed. I just scored an odd 1 off.
89 bodywork with 92 1100 Solo seat
92 1100 front forks
Full Yosh system (nothing in the can though)
Fox Shock (it's toast)
Stage 3 Jet kit
Dunlop D207's (fork seals shot, oozed all over the tire, probably shot)
and the subframe is way choped. Can't wait to get it going.
Oh well, first thing is to haul that shock off and ship it down to Fox for a rebuild, complete with your weight and riding style. You'll find that redoing the good shocks isn't too painful, though the initial purchase price can be
Damn, the original owner must have been like 250 pounds because this bike is set up STIFF! It's friggin bone jarring, first order of affairs, ditch the dual exhaust, custom bend some new exhaust. Get a new rear shock, set everything up for my measly 130 pounds.
Then...put the new 14tooth sprocket on...then i'm off...(don't hate me) drag racing.