The rev counter didn't work so I stripped it down, re soldered some dry joints on the little circuit board inside it and Roberts your dads brother it fixed it.
One rear indicator had stopped working so I immediately blamed the chinese ones I'd fitted but it turned out to be a poor connection in a multi plug in the loom. Cleaning it up with Servisol cleared it.
Next thing was the increasing engine revs over time then cutting out. I undid the fuel cap to an almighty pop. The vent was blocked. I cleared it, but I do fancy a new locking one, as that would look smart on the new tank and be better than the non locking item.
Looking inside the tank - it's brand new (NOS from Mrs Harris, last one apparently) - it has original paint overspray inside which is bubbling up and peeling off. Fiddly tweezer work removes the flakes but I'll need to flush it out and fit a fuel filter just in case, belt and braces. Makes me wonder how many new bikes had this problem back in the day.
I think...all I have left to do on the list is fit a flasher unit, one is on order and the wiring is all good, so should just be a plug and play job.....
I'm sure there will be more things once I start getting some decent miles on it.
Enjoy what remains of the weekend.