Making some good progress! Finally sorted the thorspark (well somewhat sorted enough that it runs and is timed). Guess having a 6v coil instead of a 12v coil and marking the correct pick up for the rotation makes all the difference.
At least a friend suggested to test the coil they sent otherwise I'd still be banging my head. Anyways am now working on sorting the leaks. Have gotten them mostly down to a slow dribble. Still need to do some timing cover work and come up with a screw that fits the one spot but biggest leak now is out of the gearbox kickstart/gear shift shaft. Looking at Hitchcocks It seems that it is just an oring in there (link below). Does that seem right? Also, to replace it I would just need to take off the outer cover correct so the series of allens would do that after the levers are off right? There isn't a gasket between cases? Do I use anything of the surfaces on reassembly? Anything else I should be replacing in that outer cover now? Thanks a bunch. Have put a few miles on her and engine runs strong, front brake is only a bit better then coasting to a stop, rear seems solid. Hoping to get an order out to Hitchcocks tonight or tomorrow but still trying to figure out rear shocks for this order as my bushing are a bit gone and the shocks aren't too far behind but they are closer to 305mm center eye to center eye not 290mm Not sure if I will have issues going to a 290mm with the 19 inch rear wheel and tire. clearance wise
Oh and one other thing. So is that outer case area of the gearbox supposed to even have fluid in it to begin with or am I leaking somewhere inside causing fluid to fill that area then leak out. Went back out and had a giant puddle under it, still dripping slightly out from behind the shifter. I didn't realize there was even that much oil in there by the size of the puddle and yeah I filled it til it leaked out of the fill plug.