Got it all put together, but still had a gearshift problem. Finally had to take it to the shop :frown:. But hey the guys at the shop were cool as heck, I must have talked to them about 45 minutes. Bottom line was the gear shift shaft got bent when the chain was thrown. Not badly but just bad enough to cause the gearshift pawls to slip when you upshift. So I had to replace the gearshift assembly, $291. If its not one thing its another but hey the guys were cool enough to throw in a free oil change. And it seems like me and the mechanics are gonna turn out to be pretty good friends, they even stayed late to check the bike out and chat. They gave me a slew of ideas on getting the most out of the busa. Once i get a PC2 or 3 I'm gonna take it back and let them tune it for me. All in all it was worth the investment just to get together with some mechanics who I believe i can trust. Heck even the owners of the shop were cool and giving me tips on setting up the suspension. I'm pleased!!!
Oh by the way all the time i spent working on it before taking it to the shop taught me alot about the bike. I now feel more confident about handling the mechanical aspects of the bike. I think the mechanics were impressed with my limited knowledge. They said most people riding the bike don't know anything except how to put gas in it. So special kudos to HAYABUSA.ORG -the online Motorcycle institute for busa riders and owners !!