The engine has been balanced and all the bearings have been fixed and it’s gone on the bike. The stand, cylinders and pistons are also in place. One thing we realised lately is that if you push the stand forward when attaching it you can keep it from damaging your exhaust. It has usually got a few centimeters of wiggle room that you can use. A good tip is also to put some copper paste on the bolts, that will keep them from jamming and rusting over time. Also make sure that you attach the spring for the stand the right way, if you put it upside down it’ll hit the bolt.