Thank you for reading the entire thread and I'm glad you enjoyed it. I absolutely want people to understand that you don't just bolt on some parts and run 150 mph. I will never claim to be perfect and not beyond making a mistake. I'm human....and humans screw up sometimes. What makes the difference is how you handle it. I didn't have any major problems with this one. It was all minor stuff but it did require some time to sort out. That comes with the territory. If anyone says they can do a project of this magnatude and not have any problems then they are either very lucky or full of crap. Every now and then, you get one that goes perfectly. Unfortunately, its the exception instead of the rule. Usually it is all minor stuff that is easily fixed though. It only took a couple of short runs to get it all dialed in. All in all, it went good. Thanks for the kind words.