23 …and the K&N filter and stock “ham can” air cleaner cover were the last to be installed. That about does it for the installation of all the engine components for the Sweet Tracker. After everything was buttoned up, Eric started the bike and adjusted the Daytona Twin Tec ignition timing. He then played around with the adjustable idle mixture dial on the Mikuni carb until everything was running tip-top. Per Eric’s recommendations, I was instructed to put about 50 break-in miles on the bike, change the oil with Amsoil’s 20W-50 Synthetic Motor Oil, and also change the filter with the K&N oil filter that I scotch-brited. Then after about 500-or-so miles on the bike it would be ready for some runs on the dyno. Check back next issue when we reveal what the bike pulled on the dyno.