Well, the goods haven`t arrived from the UK yet, and I don`t know what they will cost, but I do know that the freight is costing 600 Pounds
. The frame is the main culprit, so the charge is for volume, not weight.
A pallet has to be made for the bits; Ray said he should have ordered things likes guards and other bits and pieces that could have been sent as well for no more cost, but as he`s ordering all the time for his other jobs, it`s not a problem.
"We" have decided that the bigger carbs and pipes will be used; the engine will be the same spec as Ray has on his "R80GSPD", which has more grunt that any (normal) airhead person would need, but goes like the clappers and still uses 91 RON fuel (our lowest octane, without ethanol).
Next update should have the parts on Oz soil, in a week or so.