I'm going to be starting a project to use up some of the spare stuff laying around at home. It's going to be a micro car, think Peel P50 but with four wheels and capability for seating two in tandem. I already have two Briggs and Stratton vertical shaft engines to choose from, a 5 speed lawn tractor transmission, 4 6"x6" magnesium airplane wheels, two 8.25" rotors from a kawasaki KXT250 to go on the front, two 7.5 iron rotors that are made for the airplane wheels, a matching set of front calipers from the sv650 I used to own, a steering wheel, a very expensive mitsubishi airplane master cylinder, and a few other odds and ends. I need to find a matching set of small calipers for the rear, preferably very small calipers. The calipers that come off of the kxt would be perfect to use, I have three. However, they are all for the same side and they all need a bunch of small parts (which are readily availabe). I understand that kz1000's from '81-'00 all had the same calipers on the front. Are there any other bikes that have very small dual front calipers that I should be looking for? I am going to go to the local motorcycle salvage yard to see if I can find anything suitable. Also, I am in need of some small shocks with about 3 inches of travel. I would prefer them to be coilovers and inexpensive and decent. I know tons of sportbikes have shocks that would suit me fine but finding four matching shocks with low wear at a low price would be difficult, plus I would have to get lighter springs for all of them. I have also seen on ebay some cheap chinese shocks for UJMs that could work well and be under $150 bucks for four. I could also adapt some cheap auto shocks if I can't find anything else. Anybody know any good resources for this stuff? If I haven't made myself clear yet I'm looking for parts that are small, light, and cheap! Any help is greatly appreciated!