Damn, I have been looking for a black hobbit for a grip now.
Thats a CDI battery year.
Make sure your battery is good or your bulbs might blow.
Go to bike bandit and order the roller weights and caps, the ones in your variator are trashed.
Get an air filter element while you are there. They are cheap and chances are yours is gone or turning into powder.
Make sure you have oil in the rear hub. People forget that one. Make sure your breaks are good.
Get a proma pipe and ride for a while. If you kit it right away it will probably be too much for you.
Hobbits for real can buck people. They have hella giddyup. Hell even I got bucked by one. That pipe hits at about 15 and if your not ready for it you can get tossed.
So yeah, before you go ahead and drop mad cash on all kinds of parts, just get a proma, new roller weights and a new air filter element. Its like 150 bones and you will do about 36 or so and get there fast.
Also, get some dual stage reeds from treats when you get the pipe. You are going to want to clean the carb and maybe upjet a size, so you might as well throw in some new reeds. Honda stock reeds are shit. Probably the worst component on the bike, with the exception of maybe the headlight bucket (where the little plastic pieces lock in at the top and break often) or the rear variator.
One last thing. This is just my opinion, but if you replace the headlight with a puch or garelli or tomos or whatever stock round headlight they look so much better. Also swapping out the bars for lower bars and swapping the grips for something cushier is a good idea.
One more last thing. Make sure your tank is clean and use 2 inline fuel filters.