Jim did a great job machining an extension for the air filter that mounts on the port carburetor. It was just a bit too snug to go on with normal pressure but heating it up a little over 200 F allowed it to go on perfectly and after cooling it was tight. Not so tight that I was willing to go without a backup plan so a #2 screw was brought into play.
It mounts the filter close to the engine mount frame but it has to be done to make room for a metal tube that connects the radiator to the cooling system spider.
Also spent time doing more "body work" on the top and bottom cowls.
Also, spent a few minutes on the phone with GRT to get the EFIS serial ports set up properly. It appears that everything is functioning correctly now.