no, not in australia, I'm in texas. I know I could get the kit for about 150.00$. I was just trying to do it as cheap as possible and because this will be my first attempt at trying I wanted to make sure I was investing as little as possible. I'm gonna go with a kit just for the instruction manual and a parts list. I want to do my best not to screw it up, hehe.
Welcome Meldbid, I just want to say that cheapest isn't always the best route. For example if you ride like me, a cheap motor will last only a few months. Thank goodness I have a friend that has a complete machine shop and helped me rebuild my old chinese motor with high quality bearings. I know that the cheap motors come with a bushing (which blows out after a few months of hard riding) instead of a needle bearing. If you decide to get a inexpensive motor, break it in slowly and try not to go WOT at all and you should get a few thousand miles out of the motor.