Been super busy with work, but have been getting things done here and there, not as far along as I'd like, but more progress is better than not.
Got the hardware for the stringer scabs, go it all mocked up, pulled today and got 3 coats of penetrating epoxy on it. Floors are cut and fitted, the rear hatch cut will be the new cooler for lower COG. There is more wood to cut for the transverse bulkheads, but have to get the stringers finalized.
Motor is about wrapped up, not exactly sure how to set the base timing, the manual I have doesn't really explain how to set initial timing. Motor is spun to TDC on cyl #1 and rotor is about 90* clockwise of centerline with the crank. I haven't googled it yet tho...
I also filled all the pinholes on the hull sides and bottom, used an epoxy product which was recommended by my local marine supply store and is incredibly hard to sand, learned my lesson on the sides and filled the bottom pinholes with a high quality automotive glazing putty, cuts like butter. Hoping to have paint on the hull in a week or so, gotta be close to perfect or I won't shoot it.