You may not believe it, but the engine can be fired at this point.
Go through your normal cold start procedures. If you were careful, the engine should come
to life with very little effort.
After the engine has started and still idling, carefully check for
loose nuts, bolts, hoses and fluid leaks.
If everything still looks good, you are ready for a test ride. The
first test ride should be used to make another check for loose and disconnected items,
Unusual sounds should be investigated. When the bike is returned, check the bike again for
loose nuts, bolts and hoses. If any fluid leaks were going to develop, you should find
them after the test ride.
If everything is still fine, the engine is ready for a few more test
miles. Once you are sure that the work was done properly, final tuning needs to be
With a new camshaft in the engine, it is likely that the carburetor
will need re-jetting, the ignition timing be set and make modifications to exhaust
system baffles. The best place to do the final tuning is on a Dynamometer. Head for you
local dyno tuning center and see how much horsepower your new camshaft is producing