Just got her pretty much done. I tried to keep it all period correct. All the bolt on parts have come from bikes I've found over the years. I put it all together and got this. It's exactly like my best friend Eddie's Seca. He got hit head on on Route 66 between Barstow and Victorville in 84. I always loved the Seca 550's and Eddie's was the coolest I had ever seen. He had just got his Cal-Fab swingarm right before he died. I remember he was so stoked about getting it. I drove a lot of miles to get all the different bikes it took to get this old girl done. I think my old friend would be proud. The bike has new paint and graphics, a Euro/Japanese XJ400/550 dual disk front end with braided steel brake lines, air assist on the forks, K&L fork brace, Lockhart oil cooler, Supertrapp pipe, K&N pod setup, Cal-Fab swingarm, Raask rearsets. My buddy in Japan got me the engine covers. I rebuilt the carbs to stock and added the pods. It runs great! Probably because I'm over 7000 feet elevation and I only have 4 disks in the Supertrapp.. :lol: Future mods include Works Trackers shocks. Maybe personalize it with a color matched front fender. I have a fender eliminator from Japan so I don't have to cut up my mint rear fender. http://page3.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/c377495355 I'll soon be putting my hot rod motor in. It's got a massively ported head, Yosh cams, and a 60mm big bore kit along with some 26 Keihin CRs. Should be pretty stout for a 32 year old 550.