And the FuelCel was designed to fit over and seal our Sharkskinz airbox. We've looked at-and crashed-all brands and types of bodywork, and like Sharkskinz best. A combination of fiberglass and resin, this stuff arrives primed and ready for paint after just a little sanding-but mostly it survives crashes better than its competition. Our R1 is currently wearing Sharkskinz' R7 kit, designed to fit R1 mounting points. Cool. The one-piece upper sells for $360, the lower for $240, and the tail for $235. For PACE, of course, we'll have to have R1-pattern bodywork, just to make it a little more difficult. Thanks. (Dial 561/388-9621 or check www.sharkskinz.com.) While we're at it, moto-enthusiast Jim Granger at Granger's Classic Auto Body in Reseda, CA, remains a soft touch for Motorcyclist project paint jobs (818/881-4558).