Calesta, I know you don't like PM tech questions, and I figure this is the most related place I could post this...you have no idea how hard it is to find tech questions on building a reverse trike ;-) I built this... 2008 Honda CRF230L with a 400ex front end, 700xx sway bar, Houser 450R +6" A-arms, TW200 rear rim spoked to CRF hub, TRX450R shocks, extended swingarm and much more. I built mine to drive in winter (I live in Northern Canada) as I get PMS for 6 month of the year (parked motorbike syndrome ). I've got a 145/80R14 bridgestone winterforce tire on the way from the UK for the rear, so ignore the current tire. There is only room for a 145 tire in the back but there is PHYSICALLY no 145 wide tires for 14" rim that I could find in North America. Plus this is uni-directional and a winter tire Anyway, long story, but the issue I'm having is stability. Its VERY twitchy at anything over 30mph. I've installed a 700xx sway bar to the front that helps a little, but its VERY sensitive to the smallest steering input. I think the shocks may be to soft and causing the problem. Any tips on this? I wonder how yours is so stable? Thanks kindly!