Designed to accept many stock components to minimize costs, the kit includes triple clamps, a fork brace or a fender support in a configuration to fit the front tire size you select, chrome rear shocks, and a chrome bar to mount passenger pegs. To complete the kit, you must also purchase or fabricate certain pieces. Our sample included seven items that Jardine will offer to bolt-on the kit. These include extended fork tubes ($685), Jardine’s billet forward controls ($545), side covers ($150), steel rear fender with double-barreled taillights ($343), twin-cap fuel tank ($325), and a custom-built solo saddle ($250)(a two-place saddle is an option). You can retain stock wheels and brakes, front fender, handlebar risers, handlebar, instruments, headlight, pipes, and other minor components (with different brackets). You must make minor alterations (rearrange some brackets, which involves cutting and welding) on the swingarm, battery case and top rear engine mount. At a suggested $3540, the Jardine frame kit will probably interest someone who has crashed an Intruder (or can pick up a crashed one cheaply).