Crossed out a few items on the list the last 2 nights:
Pulled apart the fuel system and removed the gas tank. The hose in the tank pulled free of the foam and was sticking straight up (twisted the bulkhead fitting too much during initial install and tightening of the other hoses?). Short term it's fixed, need a better long term solution for keeping it on the bottom of the tank. The fuel cell foam is pretty cool by the way. definitly works to keep the fuel from sloshing around.
The problem of the engine falling on it's face once warmed up has gone away. Not sure if during diagnostics I ended up with a better connection on one of the sensors or it just needed some time running after 5 years to start running smoothly. Everything checked out in the diagnostics? Even started back up warm and went right to a smooth 1100 rpm idle. All's right with the world
Bleed the brakes, besides one bleeder being plugged it went pretty smoothly. Using a hand vacuum pump made it rediculously easy. Not sure why I didn't buy one before now!
Quite a bit more wiring to do (all the controls and displays are just kind of hanging off the side), and I need to pick up some chains, but getting real
close to the first drive...