redelvis........ I would check in to replacing your suspension springs. Two front from Procycle are about $100 and the rear about the same or a tad more. With your 150 + riding clothes + equipment you are heading for 250. You WILL need to lower the bike with the new springs. It's easy. Don't listen to the 'push the forks up in the triple clamp crowd ' do it right..it's basically free. When you are doing the rear spring just flip the collar under the spring to lower the rear. The front you will need to remove the fork legs and do a bit more work but it's worth it. Then you'll need to cut two inches out of your stand or get a short stand. Acerbis handguards are on sale on Amazon You can get an Acerbis gas tank from Justgastanks. Order two gas taps, Y and a lockable cap. Don't get their fuel line though, buy heavy duty line from autoparts store. You may want higher handle bars. I like Pro-Taper Woods High. If you want Fat bars you will need an adapter. Procycle about $65 and choose even more rise 1" or 2". Sargent World Sport seat (low) is on Amazon $303. You should have a lockable box on the rear of your bike. Pelican is a good choice. I have an old Touratech 13" Square top case so I use that. You may want to add a couple of charging ports. I put a BMW style port in the left side cover for a heated vest and a Cig lighter and USB on the handlebars. (Don't use them all at once!). I made a mesh head light guard out of a paint brush holder from the 99c store. The rear light is rather large. The 250cc light from Procycle is cool, a bit pricey. I didn't get the kit, just the light. I didn't bother with a lic plate light. Keep checking the Flea Market for used stuff. Your gonna need engine protection plates on the side and a skid plate. I put a 16 front sprocket on our bikes, but it gives them rather LONG legs. I'd just stay with the 15. The front fender stability piece from Procycle really works for the money. The retainer that goes behind the front sprocket will give you great peace of mind. Procycle. You should do the NSU switvch too for peace of mind. Either remove it altogether of Loctite those pesky screws. I did mine without removing the clutch, you have to bend a couple of tools (Harbor freight). The fuel/air mixture screw is a good thing. I wouldn't mess with the carb other than that. I wouldn't cut the air box or any of that stuff. You may want a windshield. I like to disable the clutch switch, it's free! Some people like K&N air filters....I do.