After the fairing the next big ticket was the tank. Found some nice metal ones very close to the original, but they were in the $800-1000 range. So I went with a much more reasonable option in glass. Close to the original in appearance. Got it from Airtech. Had nver gotten anything from them befoer and I was very impressed with their quality. I also was going to need a seat of course. For that I went to a company down in Florida that I had bought other seats for, Hotwingsglass. Very good quality and very reasonable prices. So here's a mock up with lots more things in place: Seat and tanke set in place, front of fairing mount in progress, clip-ons on, and rear-sets in rough position. Wasn't easy finding the clip-ons for the darn 33mm forks. Lots of 32-34-35mm ones out there. As for the rear-sets, boy are folks proud of those things and price them accordingly. Found a set on eBay that were reasonable, but forgive me Pappa Honda, they are from a GSXR!! Speaking of rear-sets, had thought about welding on a couple of tabs and mounting a flat plate. However in looking at pics online and in my collection of coffee table books, I noted that on the factory bikes, they were all mounted on tubular mounts, either one piece curved or two-piece with the ends flattened and welded together. SO it was off to the scrap heap. THere I found a set of rear passenger peg mounts from a CB750 that we had cut off when we turned it into a street tracker. Just held them in position where I wanted the rear-sets, marked the length needed on each tube and then cut them off and welded them in place.