The bodies are done and fit the engine well. We also received the extensions so now everything can be mounted on the bike. Conz fit a fuel pump from a Honda PC37 into the carbon fiber tank. Airtight. Now I can go back up to Thorsten’s in Hamburg. The camshaft sensor was also already placed in the engine. T.D. finished the mounting himself and the pickup comes from a Honda RC30, ignition pickup, which he had already successfully tested on a RC30. Arrived in Hamburg, unpacked everything and began to put the puzzle pieces together. Put the camshaft sensor in and close the engine with a homemade seal. Hopefully it’s airtight, though more on that later. Attach the bodies, – child’s play compared to the carborator and flat side valveh. Connect the fuel rails to each other using a hose. Attach the hose to the tank and the bodies. It’s time for the first test.