Well I just got back from Boston. It was my first time up there, and it's a fascinating city with great history. Pricey though.
Now that I'm back, once it stops raining I'm going to chain my transmission fluid to synthetic 10W30 - after reading a bunch on here it seems that's best for modded mopeds, and I do plan on doing more mods to mine. I was also thinking about rotational mass, and talking with my brother about it - he's got a Honda 919, and he put an anodized aluminum sprocket and lightweight chain on his bike, which saved a total of almost 4 pounds, and said he could feel a notable difference. It got me thinking, on something with such little power, I really should try to reduce the rotational mass on this bike, especially with my 2.75 rear tire. One of the first things I want to do is a lighter chain - a 410 if it will fit. I'm also going to drill out my front sprocket and possibly hollow a few bolts. Anything to save a bit. It'll all add up. But that will have to wait for better weather.