You'll be fine, you built it, already had it's SVA all the bits that could be problematical are exposed and easily seen. Probably be the easiest vehicle the MOT man does that day. Just pick a sunny day!
I would put a nicer sleeve on the cable coming out of the chequer plate though :whistle:
Ahhhh - luxury. Nice job there, I'm not jealous, well I am really but haven't the space in the back garden for such a lovely building :(
Snowed, sleeted and hailed on me on the way to Ashbourne yesterday, then sunny from Ashbourne to Derby :dontknow:
Should be OK, most Mbike manufacturer cable speedo heads are to the same internal gearing and just need wheel drive altering for wheel size.
Never had problems with mileage in MOTs (Yam had a new speedo head back to 0000 as the ODO rusted up...
Made these for the XT, different widths so they are just narrower than the bars, something you may wish to consider if you filter through traffic and have a high silencer.
The throw-overs on the Harris hold as much expanded and do not need a frame to hold them.
As above you could adapt...
Are you supposed to do it that way? Is there an oil pressure gauge / light? Are you supposed to prime the oil pump when fitting it? Did you prime the filter or dry? Only four plugs out or are they just for the pic? Have you put oil in?
Jump start leads to turn it over?
Frame number should be stamped on the RHS of the headstock. and printed on a plate riveted to the headstock.
If later model it may be on a plastic sticker and very light metal stuck on the headstock - if the frame has been re-coated it can be lost with aggressive sandblasting and certainly the...