Re: Body work problems :)
No hassles fitting. The alternator cover cut-out is exactly right, most of the mounting holes line up. You will need seat pads and headlights, which adds to costs.
I built this, literally, from E-Bay parts, staring with a gift of an engine and frame. Its been more the fun of seeing what could be done without spending ANY money.... I did spend a bit, but, the whole lot, including R1 forks and wheel, Aprillia swinging arm, CBR1000 rear wheel to match the Yamaha front, came to less than £1000. Been thrashing it for the last five years!
Only problem I've had was the distorted alternator cover allowing the rotor to rub the stator coils, wierd rubbin, grating vibe. Finally tracked that down last week, now as smooth as silk.