Hi All My '85 CH150 is coming along really well. Took it on a long drive today and everything is running real well. I've almost got rid of all the odd noises. I'm getting my coolant changed this week which I'm excited for because If I'm on the highway it seems to heat up somewhat quickly, and looking at the coolant it seems pretty soupy so I'm just having the guys at the shop change it. Other then that the transmission I rebuilt seems to be doing well with just one small leak due to a bolt that broke off and I had to drill through. I have some "Kleen-flo - Silicon Gaskey Maker" to take to that tomorrow to hopefully fix the leak. My one other realisation is my shocks are shot. I hit some waves in the pavement and I bounce around for like 10 seconds. I'm curious if anyone here has had any experience replacing the shocks? I've seen various different aftermarket or alternate branded shocks online but I'm really not sure what direction to go with this. Or what measurements to look for. I found that Partzilla does offer new shocks for $67 a piece. Plus they would probably charge about $50 to ship to me, then customs on top of that... So I'm trying not to go this route as I'm trying to keep it on the cheap side. http://www.partzilla.com/parts/search/Honda/Scooter/1985/CH150+AC/SHOCK+ABSORBER/parts.html Lastly I do have a parts elite. Is there any way to tell if those shocks are better without putting them on mine? They appear just as old and that bike had similar mileage. Todays adventure.