I've got a newbie question for you. Yesterday I went to confirm the timing on the engine in the Spyder. I had set it last year when the engine was in my sand rail. It became immediately apparent to me that seeing the degrees on the pulley was going to be a problem. I used a small inspection mirror to confirm that the timing was in the ballpark, but I was not able to read the numbers as well as I would like.
What do you guys do? I have a borescope that gives a great image, but securing the end of the fiber optic would be a pain and the chance of the fiber optic getting caught in the works seems too high. As I write this I'm wondering if I should use a selfie stick.
In other news, I have an appointment with DMV next week. that's how they work now as the result of Covid, anything that you need to do in person requires an appointment that you setup online.
My neighbor is a used car dealer and he offered to loan me his Dealer Plate so we could bed in the brakes. Had some fun on our back roads and then went up to Route 1 to see how it felt. It was great. Ran out of gas as required. I know the hub caps are a faux pau, but my wife loves them.