The new project has arrived.Not too sure whether it is a good idea to post a picture of the "before", but here it is anyway.  You used to be able to pick up something like this for reasonable money, but we paid 4 1/2 grand for this !!There are no prizes for guessing that it is a US import (the seat and the bars are a bit of a giveaway) BUT it is red, and we do want to do a red one next...We are not going to use that lovely exhaust or the seat - let me know if you want it......Cant believe that I haven't updated this since the end of Nov.  I guess that Xmas got in the way.  Well we pulled the bike to bits. The frame is still away to be put in a jig and checked as true but all of the engine bits and other shiny stuff has been to Steve Smethurst (Steve's Web Site).  If you are as sad as us here at Z-Power, picking up all of that cleaned and polished aluminium from Steve is a bit like Xmas - but better. Someone had lock-tighted the exhaust studs into the head - which was nice but Steve sorted this out for us.  Rather than show lots of engine bits, thought it might be a change to show some of the people that do the work - so here's Dan who does most of the work down at Steve's.Next trip was to take the head/barrels etc to Paul at Engine Tekniks (Engine Tekniks web site).  For those that have not been, you always get a warm reception off Paul...The most common source of oil consumption is the valve guides; Paul will check the tolerance on everything and no doubt re-sleeve the valve guides.…