Filed the powder coat out of the anti-rotation bracket slot so the swash-plate slider can move freely.
Began adjusting control tube lengths to try and get maximum travel of the swash-plate.
Had to file a bevel on the interior edges of the left and right swash ears so the rod ends wouldn't bind and prevent full forward travel. With this done the swash can now move it's maximum travel fore and aft with no binding.
Adjusted the bolt stops on the base of the cyclic stick and measured the fore/aft swash travel at 7.8 degrees each way which leaves about 1/32" - 1/16" clearance between the lower bearing flange and the main shaft.
Shortened the left upper control tube and the front tube to achieve 3 degrees right on the joystick when the swash is level per the build video.
Still need to increase side to side throw by grinding the stop tabs on the bottom of the cyclic shaft where they contact the stop bolt since it's currently only 6.8 right and 6.0 left. This will also require filing a bevel on the corners of the ball joint that supports the front of the cyclic shaft so it will clear the bracket at full travel.