I was lucky enough the last couple days to put some miles on the bike in November, which is a rarity where I live. Just a week or so ago I had decided I wanted to to a make-over and dress my bike up in C-Racer bodywork. Sometimes it's good to revisit why you have something in the first place before you change it. I'm just about as satisfied as a person can be with the bike I have and after putting a couple hundred miles on it I rediscovered why I had, and kept, the thing in the first place. I just can't find any real fault with the thing as is. The C-Racer setup was going to cost me about $700 and I knew the seat was going to limit my mileage by quite a bit. I commonly do 200 miles per trip (10 minute gas stop in the middle maybe) and I knew that was going out the door with the C-Racer flat track seat. Then to help me get a little deeper in the decision making process, I took a current picture of my bike as it stands and one of a Completed C-Raver re-do and compared the two. I had to take a step back because my current bike was my favorite and the one I decided I wanted to be on. The C-Racer setup is the one for some people but right now just not for me. I'm glad I took the time to rethink my motives because as can be seen by the amount of used hardware on this forum, some things stick and some don't, especially when selling a bike that has been modified or changed from OEM.