I love that question. Here goes.
A viper HA stereolithography generator.
Mori Seiki CNC lathe with all
the tooling I'll ever need.
Bridgeport EZ Vision CNC/manual milling machine.
Lincoln TIG welder (pick one).
High capacity plasma cutter.
Complete plasma material deposition facility.
Precision Blanchard grinder.
Silicon Graphics RASC R100 computing station with configurable 3D holographic readout.
30 pound capacity plasma fired vacuum furnace for melts of TI, aluminum, magnesium, and beryllium.
All sand, investment, centrifugal, die, and pressure casting equipment.
All equipment and supplies for CF, CF/Kevlar, and Boron fiber fabrication.
850 square foot house with attached 3500 square foot 2 story garage/machine shop in the Malibu Hills. (Guess which I think is more important!)
The time to make proper use of all that.
Oh, yeah -- the 919.
-- Hossack front suspension in Boron/zirconium ceramic whisker composite bonded with inert atmosphere cured carbon/SIC fiber matrix over structural polyurethane core.
-- 5 spoke thinwall magnesium wheels with foamed magnesium cores similar in style to Marvic Piumas pickled for that classic Morris Mag look.
-- Brake rotors of sintered berillyum cores with plasma sprayed ceramic faces.
-- Front 6 silicon carbide piston differential bore calipers in Elektron. 2 piston rear.
-- Front and rear shock bodies in 0.020" thick 420 stainless steel, remote 6 stage damper bodies, composite springs.
-- CBR 600 swingarm (darn it -- some things can't be improved on) with fully adjustable linkage.
-- Chassis reconfigured for Hossack front, built in 0.022" thick 17-6 PH precipitation hardened stainless steel, internally reinforced with foamed epoxy/carbon.
-- Rear subframe in Boron/zirconium ceramic whisker composite bonded with inert atmosphere cured carbon/SIC fiber matrix over structural polyurethane core.
-- Stock seat, flattened slightly.
-- Carbon/kevlar fuel tank with explosafe liner mounted where the airbox is stock, extending almost to the swingarm pivot and upwards to about the rear 1/6th of the present tank. Approximately 7 gallon capacity.
-- Airbox where the present fuel tank is, with carefully hidden ram air NACA ducts.
-- "Fuel tank" and tail piece shape duplicated in Boron fiber. LED Rear turn signals and tail/brake lights integrated into tailpiece by laser micro drilling 1,250 holes in rear section and placing LEDs behind. Bodywork painted '02 yellow.
-- Twin 3" projector beam headlights linked to laser helmet tracker for corner illumination (headlights point where you look).
-- Rear view by 2 semi fisheye and 2 normal lenses on tailpiece feeding fiber optic cables. Display just above instruments.
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-- Dry clutch. Magnesium side covers. Cbr 600 alternator (narrower).
-- .96:1 6th gear.
-- 74 mm bore for 1,000 cc. Beryllium pistons with zircomium piston rings.
-- Two stacked zirconium/SIC disc valves providing variable port timing riding in 2203 stainless hats cast into the magnesium cylinder head.
-- 22mm/38mm throttle bodies, two primary injectors and one intake horn injector per cylinder.
-- Prestressed carbon/boron/samarium whisker "muscle wrap" connecting rods.
-- Forged 4340 steel crankshaft.
-- Reverse flow cooling system. Linear radiator mounted under tail piece.
-- Four individual hydroformed 0.015" sheet titanium exponential taper reverse cone megaphones with integrated sound conditioners/mufflers.
-- Adjust on the fly closed loop engine management system with selectable heads up display.
-- 175 HP @ 13,500 RPM. Maximum safe engine speed 18,000.
Outwardly, except for the front suspension and exhaust system, it will look close to stock. I anticipate an all up weight around 315 pounds.