The horrable old K70 on the front isnt to bad a tyre , They were ' the choice ' for Dirt track ( flat track ) raceing , in the U.S. except for soft tracks , which used a similar Perelli that was made from liquerish , and grips as well on tarmac . Though is good for throttle related drifts . These are the bars ' vincent Flats ' or is that ' Norton Flats ' that were all the go in the era . Rears Sets , Drilling a hole 1 1/4 im. under the swing arm pivot ( ) and fitting folding BSA / Tri etc footrests is pretty simple . Fitting the Gear Lever reversed will get you the shift pattern as per the rice burner . Which is safer , as youre unlikely to change into second at redline in third , not being used to the pattern . Youd need a Dunstall rear Brake lever - or make one from 5 mm steel & tube , thus : cant find the picture , but theres a gen u wine cast steel with seratted toe pad DUNSTALL chromed rear brake lever , drilling the hole to suit Footrest Dia. so its pivoted on the round inner section , just requires a adjustment stop . If your rear tyre matches the front , I think youll find them good for familiariseing yourself with the handling characteristics . When your sure the chassis is acting as it should , maybe fit ones more for ereholeing / trackwork . but for Road Use AND off road the k 70s are excellent , and less neurosis inspireing than the TT100s , which are stickier when youre elbows are dragging in the bends .