....well, you should check the clearances on the new cam when it goes in... that's pretty much a given. Other than topping off the gas tank, I'd remove the battery and set it up on a a battery tender.
If you're really in the mood, change your fork oil (or fork and shock springs if they're not set up for your weight). Give the chain a healthy coat of goo to keep it from rusting. Wheel bearings get ignored a lot: cleaning & re-greasing the seals and bearings is a good one. Coolant changes should be done about evey 2 years they say... I do mine every season as I switch from straight WaterWetter to anti-freeze in the winter. Fresh oil & filter are another given.
...and brake calipers are always in need of some love and attention. Clean pistons are happy pistons. :) Some fresh RBF600 in the lines is always a pleasant feeling. Need any more? ;)
Attack life... it's going to kill you anyway.
Last edited by SpazOnaZX; 11-16-2008 at 12:49 PM.