Ok - thought I'd add the pics in here seeing as I've learned how!
Also another of the KH underway at a fellow board-member's shop - what an amazing place. That's one fast and well-maintained KR there sitting behind my ratty looking lovechild.
I've had a set of nice KH cylinders pass through my hands recently, forgetting completely that the fins on this bike are a bit beat-up. Oh well. I'm not sure if the exhaust valves are the stock size on these - they are bigger from memory? Frame is a nice 55 that I am likely about to cut the coil / tool box / oil tank brackets off to mount a horseshoe tank. Seems a pity to cut on such a nice near-unmolested frame and I may run this with a stock oil tank until I have all the parts on hand, and see what materialises in the meantime. Don't suppose anyone has a cheap oil tank and 56 frame do they?
Wheels are nice rounded H-rim Borrani - I will swap them out for an identical set but non-chrome hubs, and laced to a full-width later drum brake on the front. Handlebars are a one piece Flanders flat track bend in modified stock risers. Pipes (not pictured) are a KR-style bend, made for the KH. I have the earlier style skinny 14.5" shocks on hand awaiting rubber grommets, and I hate the fact that they're not on the bike already for these pics!
I may transfer this tank across to the sportster, and replace the one on this bike with a first model XLCH tank. Can't wait to get stuck into fettling the engine once it's road ready!