Thanks Guys for the comments, John there may even be a few bits borrowed :-)
Anders , good question :-) plan at the momment is to cut the out let pipes along the weld whitch you can still see from the inside, swap them over and opposite side, then develope them backwards, i know there will not be much thrust left in the gasses but making the most of what there is, fit foot pegs then best we can, well thats the plan ... lol :-)
Got a little more done this week. first picture is engine and free power unit with cardboard cut out of bracket for oil and fuel pumps
Next is the bracket made 2 mm S/S with oil and fuel pump on, looking from what will be the front of the bike. The mess of pipes and metal in the centre is the fuel pump and control system, solenoid valve on the top opens if P2 or rmp goes above set levels; there is a pressure relief and throttle valve. The pump on the right will be the oil supply pump
Not much to report on the bike :-( as they say all good things :-) so a little more waiting for bits to be made. I have how ever been helping Dan getting the second jet mini finished that has Nick's twin scroll engine in, only a few weeks to go until first outing for it so lots to do. Have up rated oil system cooling with plate heat exchange unit, using the fuel as the cooling. New fuel nozzle 24.50 us gph fitted tommorow and test again, with 19.50 us gph we got to 58,000 rpm and best was both turbo at same rpm when tacho was used to check.
Little update..... work has now started on the frame :-) yip....hee the hold up has been a small input shaft for the beval box with new splines to match the ones in the clutch plates... spent few hours with Al the frame builder on saturday talking over problems and working out the housing to go around the clutch and connect the free power gear box to the frame. We have talked about try to bring the bike in at about 150 lbs