Installed the aux battery charging jumper between the main and aux sections of the terminal strip. Secured the small backup battery with velcro and a zip tie.
Soldered a 24g wire to the motor side of the starter solenoid that will light an LED in the panel when the starter motor is running so I can tell if the starter should happen to stick on. Secured the small wire and routed it with the starter switch wire.
Installed expandable wire wrap on the wires running down the right side of the ship into the cabin. i still need to run 3 12g wires on the right side to provide +12v and power from the regulator to the switch panel but am waiting on more wire from Aircraft Spruce.
Made up and connected the remaining wires from the terminal strip to the clutch switch and the starter and start fuel switches.
Tested operation of the clutch circuit by temporarily powering it from the aux battery with a jumper and it worked as expected.
Tested operation of the igniter and start fuel solenoid switch and circuit which is powered by the aux battery and measured a 1.8 amp draw with the start fuel and exciter engaged.