I was wrong about the people here and I'm sorry.
I posted about the "old guys" here in the "New Members" section a while back, chastising the people here for the treatment of new guys. I opined that people here discouraged, eager young thinkers from the sport we love. Recent events have proved me wrong. The "cafe racer" fad has become a hipster thing. Anything that becomes "the thing" is sure to suck. I picked up an old KZ and joined up to KZ groups on FB. While there are a few venerable old vets that know the bike and how to set it up, most are concerned about seats, gadgets and pods.
Few care about the actual performance of the bike. Having started out on late 80s and 90s sportbikes, I am looking to get the best I can out of my 1980 air cooled twin. Not the new guys...they want it to look cool and call it their "build". No questions about jetting, suspension or braking. "How do I fasten this brown Chinese seat to my Honda Ascot?" My old Airhead would probably smoke most "cafe racer" builds.
There are guys here with some serious knowledge. Several of you have provided valuable insight and I thank you. I still think the website name should be changed to something cool. Cafe Racers are sooo 2015. Vintage superbikes will be cool forever.