Good morning forum.After collecting my old man’s Rapide which hasn’t been started for the last 12 years after looking at a couple of YouTube videos and reading some information on other websites I have decided to give it a little strip down before I throw some fresh fuel in it and give it a kick. Any advice on the following would be grateful. After inspecting the fuel tank the previous run lining has broken down so I’m in a dilemma whether to replace the tank or have it stripped out however the tank is not in the best condition so I might be looking for a secondhand tank. I also plan to remove the top frame and clean out the oil as I am Sure there will be sludge at the bottom. I’m going to do a pressure test today of the two cylinders to see if there is a good seal on the valves otherwise I might also have to take the heads off, and relap seats. I noticed on close inspection the push rods seem pretty solid and won’t spin round.I’m also planning on removing the oil lines to make sure that they are clear and freshen the carburettors. I have read that you need to once the oil is drained out spray WD inside the motor to ensure there is no buildup around the big end? And to leave this to soak overnight?. Also on bringing the bike home notice the front suspension feels pretty solid? I’m used to modern bikes with Plenty of compression and rebound so until I can try another Rapides I’m not quite too sure whether the front-end has seized up a little bit . Planning to do all the work myself on the bike due to budget restrictions plus also I’d rather get to know the bike inside out. So any help from the knowledgeable forum would be great..