Motosliders would work great on there. True! That is really wicked. BTW - I never would have guessed in a million years that those wheels are off a CBR. A 180 rear on this bike seems like a kind of odd choice! Also, I'm sure you know this, but moving the sensor to the back so that the speedo reads correctly (or closer, anyhow) will mean that the odo will read low. Decide for yourself which matters more - accurate speedo or accurate odo. Lastly, I'll just point out 2 things about your front suspension: 1) Cutting those springs to shorten the forks will make them stiffer. Dunno if the rate you quoted was the nominal rate before cutting, or the calculated rate after cutting. 2) If the springs are too stiff, you can't really compensate by decreasing damping, because the result will be a front end that's under-damped, which is prone to oscillation. I assume you know all of this stuff, but wanted to throw it out there just in case. It really is an amazing project - I'll never forget the first time I saw some shots of that airbox cover.