Hi, new to me 98 VFR with 72000 miles and most of the service history. Went ahead and replaced oil/filter/air filter, replaced old tires, adjusted/lubed chain which was replaced at 60k. Sprockets look pretty good still but no record of their change. Bike runs like new, no kidding. Rock solid. So, what should I plan in terms of maintenance projects this winter? I don't want to dump much money in the bike, one major service would probably cost more than it is worth. I'm mostly interested in things I can handle on my own. -slight weep in one fork seal and no record of oil or seal change ever - I'll pull and replace seals/bushings, but should I do fork springs or anything else while I have them off? I'm OK with the stock suspension but if $120 worth of fork springs set for my weight would transform the ride I'd be willing. -valves: no way I'm going to try this on a V4 16 valve engine. I could find an independent shop to do it, but I'm guessing still pretty damn expensive. If the engine is running well should I bother. PO claims that its last two valve adjustments at 12k and 30+k lead to no adjustements. Worth it? -plugs - replaced 20k miles ago. Bike starts instantly and runs smooth. -fuel filter. Something to do preemptively? Big job? -steering head remove and service? No record of this ever being done, but no wiggle or noticeable grinding. If I do, do I replace the bearing/races or just service them? -coolant hoses. Pre-emptive replacement? Look pretty good, and coolant was changed 2 years/12000 miles ago. Hoses are most likely original -brake and clutch lines: Will bleed annually, but should I replace them as well? Look pretty good to me, no cracking. Seems like the linked brakes make this a significant expense/workload. -Reg/Rec: already upgraded. Bike is not experiencing any electrical or charging issues. Anything else I should consider?