Originally Posted by expatmanxman
Brake pipes needed changing, speed triple clutch cable, original throttle cables. Had to extend the wiring to the left hand bar switchgear. Also had to make little bracket for brake fluid reservoir but that was easy. Ignition switch is not fastened to top yoke so no problems there. Not sure I'd bother with drilling an original daytona yoke, the top face isn't flat which makes it very difficult. Search ebay for an S3 is much easier option.
Good luck whichever way you try, it's transformed the riding experience for the better.
I converted my CBR to handlebars. Having to machine a flat spot for the risers to mount isn't an issue
Just takes a while using my drill press as a mill
Luckily "cheap" weighs more than "fast" in my accounting of things.