Finally was able to get a moment for welding the reactor in place. It is mounted in a way that the reactor can be removed if needed. Me and a friend took it for a spin afterwards, and it went pretty good . Sometimes had to adjust the a/f mixture while driving/idling.
Had to start it on gasoline and a piece of rope because the starter motor spring mechanism broke . But in its place I have mounted a reed switch to calculate rpm (not ideal, still looking for a small hall sensor).
I will post some close-ups soon and do an inspection on the nozzle.
It’s a great experience driving on wood