Yep, it's going to be a blast! I had fun getting mine in tip-top mechanical shape. I'm also on a Land Cruiser forum. The CT90's have a pretty good following over there, so I posted some write-ups in the motorcycle section. I did copy most of the write-ups to the yuku CT90 forum, but will put the links in this post so if you're interested you can check them out. Upgrading the battery is nice. No more worries about checking water level. http://forum.ih8mud.com/motorcycles-atvs/272013-ct90-agm-battery-upgrade-fuse-block-write-up.html You'll see the "spark advancer" mentioned. It's pretty easy to get done if you have a little spare time... and if you're going to change the points, you're half way there anyways... http://forum.ih8mud.com/motorcycles-atvs/248276-honda-ct90-spark-advancer-writeup.html Rectifier upgrade. I did it because all the cool guys were doing it. http://forum.ih8mud.com/motorcycles-atvs/272005-ct90-rectifier-upgrade.html If it's been sitting for a long time, the clutch is probably dried up pretty good. I bought all the clutch discs and plates from the local honda shop. http://forum.ih8mud.com/motorcycles-atvs/248270-honda-ct90-clutch-writeup.html Last but not least is the redneck spare gas can holder. Despite the posts about it not holding up well, it has done an excellent job for hundreds of miles. http://forum.ih8mud.com/motorcycles-atvs/268904-ct-90-spare-gas-can-holder.html Basically, I wanted to get this thing to be as reliable as I could. I think I've pretty much got it there now. I worked in Moses Lake, WA last winter. The CT90 started by the third kick down to the coldest day -10 F. The only time it left me stranded is when a wire came loose off the back of the key switch. The solder broke and the wire was only making intermittent contact with the key switch. I figured it out (on the side of the road, half way across town). Luckily there was a PUD service truck right there and the guy had a butane soldering iron and I had it fixed up in a few minutes. Good luck and I hope that some of the above info helps you out.