I dont know where to post something of this nature, so if the mods could help as needed if this needs to be moved or whatnot. Anyway, I just got an early 90s VFR750 engine/trans, headers, carbs, airbox, and frame. I always wanted to make a buggy, and I made a couple little ones out of 35cc engines. I figured since I got this drivetrain for free, might as well step into the big boy leagues, since this should make a decently fast, or hella fast, project buggy. I already have several other projects going on, so I dont know when this one will actually take flight. The only downside to the engine is that the previous owner took out the spark plugs and left them out for about 3 years, outside. It gathered water in the combustion chamber and now has a good amount of rust on the piston head, and on the underside of the valves. Theres also a good amount of corrosion around the cylinders. So I figured that I'd flex hone the cyl and throw some new rings in there. Let the pistons and valves soak in carb and choke cleaner and see how much rust comes off without a wire brush or emery cloth. I got a buddy that has extra tube frame, and I've built roll cages before, so the chassis shouldnt be too bad. I am thinking of going the old ATV style and just using a solid rear axle with a sprocket and disc brake. I am unsure as to how wide and large the whole thing should be. I know the stock VFR750 engine makes around 100 WHP, and I'm probably gonna go straight headers and tune the carbs for that as much as possible (Its gonna be an offroad only vehicle). Its not gonna have a reverse, unless I do what the Goldwings are doing and rig the starter to run the opposite way, so If I get in a jam, Im just gonna have to follow it with the Jeep that trailered it there and throw some tow ropes if I cant push it out. Im just throwing ideas out there as of yet. If you got any ideas for me, let me know.