Hey all, I'm sure that you've all been doing what I've been doing in the off season. We can't just sit around, right? The A bike, a 2004 R6, got the following: Coils checked. Bad ones thrown out and new ones slid in from the spares kit. This cured the rough idle and the breaking up at 10k, 12k, and 14k RPM. Specs for these are when cold, but honestly, you can't tell anything unless they're at operating temps with a meter handy. New rear Renthal sprocket with 50 teeth. Laugh all you want at this pizza pan on the back, but it'll pull hard enough off of the corners to get a jump on the litre bikes! And yes, it is still a stock 532 chain. You can't wear these chains out! Cleaned and waxed. Full suspension and steering damper refresh from Thermosman. New rear hub rubber cushions. The old ones were pretty shredded. New water and Water Wetter. Found where the aluminum in the oil was coming from. Replaced the clutch boss. Fresh synthetic oil and filter. Clean and oiled air filter. Flushed all brakes. Cleaned all calipers for smooth movement by hand. Installed new Vesrah from RJL pads. Just general cleaning, bodywork install, sag setting, and tire selection left! The B bike, a 2003 R6, got only the following: Clean and wax chain. Clean and oiled air filter. New Water and Water Wetter. Flushed all brakes. Cleaned all calipers for smooth movement by hand. Isntalled new Vesrah from RJL pads. Flushed all brakes. Cleaned all calipers for smooth movement by hand. Clean up stock pads...which never seem to wear out. Cleaned up the kill switch contacts so that the bike would stop intermittently trying to throw me over the handlebars...and so that Lars would stop telling me to stop slowing when he was following me... Just general cleaning, bodywork install, sag setting, and tire selection left! So, what are you guys doing to your bikes between seasons?