Ok, I bought this Electric start Bullet Train engine a year ago out of shear curiosity and it laid around collecting dust for many reasons. A person does not need electric start but thought it would be just be cool and be great if the fairer sex want to ride one of these motorized bikes. But... I hated to build a bike with that god awful big wiring box that holds the CDI, regulator, and solenoid plus fuse, tons of big bulky wire clips. I am now challenged. So tonight I started the build on a sharp looking candy apple red Cranbrook with flat black rims and fenders that cost me 74.00 and free shipping... not sure how that works as the bike is steel with the heavy duty 12 gauge spokes and is a very solid bike. I am adding front and rear pull brakes and will bob and shorten the flat black fenders. and freewheel the coaster hub. In the last picture is all the components hung on my temp template that will be replaced with flat black plastic panels that match the contours of the bars. No or bolts will show on my final tank panels, Here are the problems: 1 the engine doesn't fit perfect yet at first blush but will make it work 2 my idea about placing the electrical components directly on the frame would work but how will I hide the wires. here is my idea I will run with and hope it wont fail. I always strive for clean builds and am determined to pull it off. here is what I am planning. A) take the components out of the box and reassemble the junk in the top bar area and use black expanded plastic to to make kinda a fake tank to hold the Bazillion ugly wires clips and all the bulky electrical components . So I made a cardboard template to see if the stuff all fits. It does barely, so I am going to go with this plan and use a rear gas tank to not interfere with the clean lines. That it for tonight.