Well it has been a while since I have been on here. To be honest it has been a while since the last time I have ridden my blaster, partly due to the fact that I dont have a title and cant register it/have not had the time to go to the DMV to get one issued, and partly due to the fact that I really do not enjoy riding a quad as much as I thought I would. So I decided that maybe it was time to find a trail bike, So I started looking around for something short enough for my inseam with good suspension and light weight... Needless to say I was having a hard time finding exactly what I was looking for. Then as it happened I ran across a killer deal on a bike I figured if nothing else part it out and make a little cash. Then I remembered I saw a post involving a Blaster and a YZ http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/built-a-wr200-because-i-didnt-know-they-existed.911735/ and that got me thinking... At first I didn't think there would be any compatibility between the two but the more I looked at the frame. but the more I looked the more it looked like it would fit. so today I took the plunge and made it official. All I have to say is WOW... I didn't think it would be that close, and I mean it is really close. So far the only modifications I have made so far was cut the lower center mount from the frame and in she went. I had no idea that the baster motor would fit so well in a KX frame. 1991 KX125 frame BTW... the first few shots are of the motor just sitting in place with the swing arm bolt ran thru it. one thing I didn't get was a good shot of how close the front mount is to just sliding in place. After manipulating the front mount tabs on the frame Just a little. All it took was to slide a punch thru the mount hole on the frame and tap it with a hammer a couple of times to get the motor to start sliding down. So close... So close........ Looks like I need to trim down the lower mount on the motor just a little to get the front of the motor to drop just a tad. now the only two concerns are how the motor looks with the bike assembled and will I need to manufacture a 3rd mount for this monstrosity... The bike is going to be mostly light trail riding, I am a bit to heavy and dont really have any desire for fast technical stuff or getting air so... As of right now there will be two bolts holding it in. I was thinking of spinning the head around backwards, drilling out the lug on the head and making a couple of brackets to the front down tube... Dont know yet... Gotta figure that out.