Took it out for a little quiet ride along the side of a back road where there is a well used track. Went well but two observations. 1; timing needs to be retarded a couple of degrees to soften the acceleration at low revs, 2; the carby tends to flood when bike upside down. Yes, found myself on the ground with the bike- twice. At least I did the rational thing and protected the shiney paint by throwing my body underneath. When home I dropped the timing back two degrees and it is much smoother. Got an old screwdriver and prized the mud out of the muffler bracket but not washed as plan to get it more dirty.