Now that the first engine start is complete and nothing leaked and all gauges work. I can proceed with installing the rest of the aluminum covers and interior.
The interior is kinda cool in that the pieces fit nicely into the spots they are cut for. The stick on with velcro. I would not have thought sticky back velcro is good enough. But apparently it is. Plus there are a few final piecies that go on; Hold in all in place a bit; and screw on with riv-nuts. Riv nuts are non-structural things like platenuts but with no fasterner for themselves. They just insert into a 3/16 hole and you pull them like a pop rivet. They widen a bit and you can screw a number 6 or 8 screw into them. Riv-nuts are good for covers and interiors but not for structural requirements.