Tonight I went over a few things on the bike. I installed the battery, as prior to this I had it jumpered to a deep cycle RV battery so I wouldnt drain the motorcycle battery.
I had a tiny bit of oil leaking from the line that runs up to the cylinders, and a bit of coolent leaking from the water pump. I tightened everything up and let it run till she was good and warm. Doesnt appear to be any leaking, so that's a good thing.
I adjusted the front carb some more and finally got it to stop popping when warm.
I took it for a bit of a drive down the back alley. Those tires sure arnt made for snow! I almost got stuck a few times. Don't worry, I was only going walking speed.
One thing I noticed is that the rear cylinder gets a fair amount hotter than the front. Is that normal? The exhaust pipe is super hot, even with the shield. Will this be better with the air movement once the bike is actually on the road?
The only real thing I have left is the signal lights. I took the switch apart to clean it and noticed that a piece was missing. With my klutziness, I lost another piece, so I will have to check to see if I can find a used on at a bike yard.