So I have found some new parts for my up coming build and it is getting me pretty psyched. First on the list is a brake larger with a on integrated brake light switch. http://www.electricscooterparts.com/levers.html I like the four finger one about half way down. I will connect it to... http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wc...&subdeptNum=50573&classNum=50578#.UsJkaX-9KSM Also from west marine I will use a set of the following as head lights. One attached to each arm of the fork (probably with cable ties). http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wc...&subdeptNum=50580&classNum=50585#.UsJlD3-9KSM As I work for west marine my discount is amazing on stuff like this so it ends up being less the $40 for all the light out the door. Still looking for a good 12v source and would love some advice on the subject. Like where and how to house a small gam battery. I saw a battery at pep boys for like $25 bucks that I think will fit the bill but still would like to see some of your solutions. Th bike will white and black from the factory (a pure fix Romeo) so I will paint the cylinder and block black. Clutch magneto covers will be white and the head will be red. The tank will also be re-painted white and have red stripe or some thing. The only thing I am really worried about id the crank arms on the bike are exactly 5.5 inches apart at the pedals (I took a measuring tape to the LBS). As far as I know the china girl engines are 5.5 inches wide. I have thought about grinding on the cranks so that it won't interfere but I would be way happier with heating and bending them to give 1/4-1/2 inch clearance on each side. I have seen this on many steel one piece cranks here but has anyone ever done this to an alloy 3 piece crank? If so HELP! The only other thing I saw at the LBS that gave cause for concern is the rear sprocket clearance on the chain stay. But I figure that is an easy fix with a 40 or 38 tooth rear sprocket. I could mod the stock 44 but it would require dishing it in and would throw off the chain alignment... Thoughts, feedback, etc welcome, wanted and appreciated.