So I've done the most financially irresponsible thing I could think of: I bought an R90S project bike. Actually, not so much a bike, but a truckload of boxes consisting of a '74 R90S, a '75 R90/6, and a complete '77 R80/7 parts bike. This is intended to be a near daily rider to replace my '85 R80 and not a show bike, so I'm not going to try and keep it 100% correct. Rear shocks: What brand? I know I have a lot of choices, right now I'm leaning towards the Ikons. I prefer a more sporty ride, and the streets here are horrible. The forks have Progressive springs. Are the Ikons my best bet for a decent mix of performance and durability, or should I look at Hagon/Progressive/etc? Frame decals: The PO destroyed the ones on the R90S frame when he tried to remove some surface corrosion, and I don't see them (the blue brake fluid warning label on the top tube, and the white US compliance/GVWR one on the lower right frame) in the Max parts fiche. Does anyone know where I can get a set of reproductions? Gaiters: Did the '74 R90S originally include these or not? I've seen pictures of them both with and without it. Electrical: The one thing I'm missing is a good alternator. I'm probably going to get a more powerful aftermarket one. Any thoughts on which brand to go with? I don't use heated gear, and I'm looking for reliability more than performance. Bonus points if it will still charge when that damned light bulb burns out. Oil cooler: Was this optional on the R90S? I've seen bikes both with an without it. Is it needed? I have both the cooler assembly and the block off plate, and I'm not sure whether I should add one more thing that can fail in favor of the lower temperatures. Thoughts?