Use the gaskets and assemble the intake manifold. Use blue loctite on the screws or you will create a random lean-out event when you least expect it.
  Install the ignition coil.
  Kathy used on old trick. A business card, folded in half is pretty darn close to .020". Use the card and the pull of the magnet to set your coil gap.
  Kathy places the fan shroud on the motor and get ready to celebrate.
  Kurt Burris strongly recommends the use of a filter cover. His testing indicated MUCH longer engine life with the Outerwear cover in place over the filter.
  After assembling the gorgeous RLV pipe(which came in the kit), Kathy can now turn her attention to converting her TopKart Viper from shifter mode to YF200 mode.