Last time I was out on it, in May, one of the rear wheel bearings shat itself and since then, although I fitted new wheels and tyres I was waiting on a new rear sprocket and wheel spacer as they had been damaged by the wheel thrashing around.
So the sprocket and spacer were duly fitted. I also fitted some new handlebars with a different bend as the ones on it angled my elbows out a bit too much. These were tucked in a bit more.. But I had to drop the forks in the yokes half an inch to make them fit. As the forks had been pulled up half an inch in the first place the end result they are now flush with the top yoke.
Also while I had all the bodywork off I thought I would test fit the Formula Mirage body kit I have. Although it's not to everyone's taste I do have a soft spot for this bodywork. I'm not a big fan of the seat and tail end though. The bodywork is currently up for sale but if it doesn't sell then I may start modifying it to my tastes. Flatten the seat area and trim back the bulky rear end, removing the enclosed rear indicators and numberplate holder. They are very rare items, only 17 Formulas were built by Slater, the then importer. Most were Formula Mirages but a handful were 120 Jota-based. Hopefully someone will buy it from me to stop this madness. :-)