Here's my soon to be finished BMW RS 90. Based on a 1974 R90S I was trying to bring the RS54 style to a more modern bike. The front forks are KYB 43 mm inverted units with Tokiko dual piston calipers. The upper and lower clamps as well as the lower fork legs are powdercoated in black wrinkle finish. The calipers are in a Ducati gold. I wanted to stay with spoked wheels so the forks are mated to the stock R90S wheels. Machine work for this as well as the top end rebuild was done by Jimmy Nichols who was BMW factory trained when the /2s were new. He has mad machinist skills. It has Magura levers modified to fit the Kawasaki brake master cylinder and the single throttle cable goes into a splitter to run the Dellortos. Exhausts are custom (the paper cones are patterns from which reverse megaphones will be fabricated). The "Fred Flintsone" rear shock spacers are being replaced with Marzocchi shocks from an early Ducati. The drilled airbox and air tubes will remain stock- That space is problematic to deal with and this bike will be ridden here in Arizona so air filtration is required. Front fender is from a Triumph and will probably be bobbed back a bit at the front, The headlight shell is Lucas with a Harley Davidson halogen lighting unit installed. Wiring is kept to a minimum as I've not fit turn signals or horn. Lighting has quick detach fittings for track days. A Scitsu tach unit will be mounted but no speedo. I'll also be installing a steering damper once I get a chance to ride it a bit. The project was funded by selling off the Daytona Orange R90S bodywork, guages and other bits to restorers who didn't mind paying what I thought were insane prices for them. Most parts used to build this came from trades, swap meets and boneyards. Hope to have it up and on the road in a few weeks and I may take it to Bonneville and run it just to see how it does.