We have a roller! Well almost. I finished painting the rear suspension linkages so I could assemble the frame fully (then I promptly damaged the paint!). Action is good but there feels to be too much rebound damping even when fully backed off. I have not set full air pressure yet though as the mounts to the frame are only tacked on. I tacked on those mounts while fully assembled to ensure they ended up in just the right place regardless of weldment movement, heat distortion and shoddy workmanship. Worked out well. I have also started working with some aluminium. Made up a rear disk caliper mount that is press fit on one of the hub spacers and will have a spot of weld on it later once disassembled. It engages with a nut on the other side of the chain tension bolt to stop rotation I also turned up the hub spacers (love using aluminium in the lathe) and made the snail cam adjusters. I then made up some new front engine mounts cause I was not happy with the stock Honda ones weight. Honda = +500grams. Mine = 108grams. I know that isnt much mass savings but if I want to hit 55kg total, every little bit counts. Now I have the engine fitted so I can check chain alignment, chain slider position, will need a couple of chain rollers etc. While I have it at this stage, I will also modify my exhaust and re-route it through the frame. Hopefully that will make the next post. Oh, and why only nearly a full roller? Just the rear axle. Currently there is just a length od threaded bar in there so I need to make up a rear axle.