Took the bike up to Rider Safe training centre at Murray Bridge today, it was 81km's each way on the freeway plus i spent an hour of practicing on the P plater's track It used $8 worth of petrol @ $1.28 p/l, so 6.25 litre's to do 175km's Way less consumption than my last ride down south, had to stop after 115km's and switch the tap to reserve The bike felt strong in all throttle position's from standing to 100km'h It doesn't feel that out of place on the freeway being 100km speed limited as a Learner, thought i'd have car's constantly passing me. So all in all i'm happy with the Keyster rebuild kit's now, it'll be interesting to see how many km's i can get out of a tank too. Up at the Riser Safe training centre i found the FZR is pretty hard to get around some of the test's like the S bend's ( the L's instructor's mentioned this when i got my L's a few month's ago I just made it once out of 12 try's without putting my foot down or going outside the line's. And i cant do the figure 8 section inside the white rectangle without going outside the line's Keeping it inside the big oval in the middle in 2nd gear is easy. Easy doing the weaving in between the reflector's, and the straight line in 1st gear no clutch no throttle I'm pretty sure i'll use one of their bikes for the P Plate training/test half day course, or borrow my cousin's 84 GSX250 Suzuki for the day. But i might go up and have a few more practice session's on the FZR first, i might be able to get it.