Well, long story here... But here it goes. Ordered my kit from Two Brothers a short time ago. When I ordered it I talked to the tech support guy and asked specific questions (mentioned in previous post) about the kit. One question was about its bolt on nature. I asked twice if all the stock honda styled parts would bolt to this head (pipes - intake manifold, etc...). the tech support fella said it would. They recommended the 28mm carb kit they offer for the kit, but said my 24 mm 200X carb with the stock manifold would bolt up, it just wouldn't be the most flow for the buck. That was fine, I would upgrade later if needed when I could afford it. My kit came in a timely manner and it was awesome looking. the head is very trick. My new crank finally showed up and it was time to put the beast together. Everything went together well, inspite of the instructions being in japanese only, you just had to look closely enough to find the things like valve settings. SWEET, this is going to be cool. So me and the kiddo load the engine into the frame for final reassembly. Get the engine in and the electrics hooked up, shifter on, and go to mount the carb... No workie. The stock manifold bolts to the head, BUT the head intake manifold surface is at at different angle, shooting the carb out into the breeze. RATS... Sooo I call Two Brothers this morning and talk with tech support, and they say "Oh no, you MUST buy the 28mm PE Keihn carb kit, it GOES with the super head kit (another $260). Rats again, well he admitted to the product being new and they are still testing, blah, blah, and he is sorry I was misinformed about the compatability with the stock manifold and the head. I told him I had a source for the 28mm PE and wanted the option to buy the special manifold to mount it. He was insistant that they could not possibly get the manifold seperately. well after some time he finally said he would do his best and ask the Takegawa folks to get one seperately. Grrrr. Now I will probably end up making a manifold for this thing, or worse I will end up spending ANOTHER $300 on this project I had not planned on. I wish they knew enough to be more up front about the requirement that you must buy the carb kit with the big bore kit. More on this saga later when I figure out what the hell I am gonna do. Oh yea, Phil. I know you ordered the kit also and I don't see the carb and manifold in your pictures. Are you in the same boat or do you have a carb?