I think I found a new favorite dish at one of the local sushi places called Tokyo Express. The dish is just called the Big Bowl. It starts out with rice with sesame seeds on about half of the width and shredded lettuce on the other side. This is topped with seaweed salad, avocado, pickled daikon, an assortment of sashimi and topped with fish roe. It was served with a container of chili sauce and you just added it to taste.
The Ural hasn't been abandoned. I cleaned off the front timing cover and installed it as well as the pieces of the PowerArc system. I can't really adjust it until I have the engine back into the frame and the wiring reconnected. I also installed the oil pump with the extension from Terry Crawford. This can be seen in the lower photo. I had originally thought that it would be a machined block that would actually lower the oil pump deeper into the pan but that wasn't how he chose to do it.
Above is a shot of the deep sump oil pan sold by Ural. The cooling fins on the bottom are a lot longer and there is supposed to be an additional quart of oil capacity. The drain plug threads on the original pan were kind of "worn" I think from someone over tightened the drain plug in an attempt to stop an oil leak. All it does is mess up the pan. I'm hoping that I can still get the engine into the bike frame with the deep sump pan installed. It may be kind of a pain to install the oil pump extension with the engine installed. I wanted to clean off the frame before installing the engine, There is a lot of dirt and caked on dirt. After all, it does have about 30k miles.
After installation into the frame, all that's left are all of the accessories such as the alternator, carbs, starter, wiring, etc.