ok, fine, the pvl is 400. but thats just the start. if youre going to run an oil block off plate, you have to get that machined or pay for one thats already been figured out. then you either have to machine the case halves flat, drill and tap them for tiny screws, and get a seal for the crank to install the plate, or pile loads of rtv shit under the plate to seal the cases. (buffs method). by the way, his block off plate sucks. its huge and looks like hell when its done in my opinion. if anyones running a pvl, i have a guy who makes the plates a perfect fit, small, and ready to go. you do need to buy a seal, a stock metric seal, machine the cases, and drill and tap for the screws. i have photos of mine. ill post them. the plate runs another 80 bucks or so. the machining work you can do yourself if you have a mill or know someone who does. its pretty easy. and the screws are mcmaster items. but its not quite that cut and dry do it right. it will end up probably costing you in the $800+ range when everything is said and done. but no battery. oh yeah, then you need to have the spare coils on hand all of the time.