Here are a couple of pics that may help solve a couple of issues that needed improvments.
First of all here is the new bolt on tensioner mount, it clamps straight to the frame so you can eliminate the stress on the fairing support and the need to weld it on.
The orange clamp is a ring hanger for 1" pipe,can be found at most any plumbing supply house/big hardware store. This one is epoxy coated, can be had in galvanized as well. I drilled and tapped it for a 5/16 allen head cap screw. the rod is 3/8 redi-rod or all thread bent around a curve to match the swing of the alternator ( I used the edge of a worn out brake rotor and a vise to form it).
Here it is installed, note location on frame rail near the front of the tin heat shield (rubber missing from photo) this just allows the shelter to miss the adjuster when remounted.
This next pic shows a stock rad fan mount and the one after shows how I modified it to swing it up and to the right. This will give enough room for the 4" pulley to clear the fan shroud.
The upper mount where it bolts to the rad is left unchanged, the other two are cut off and discarded ( you will make new ones later).Leaving the one upper mount bolt in looseI then rotated the fan mount shroud to the right until it hit the rad cap filler neck. cut the flat flange to give more clearence and swing it as far right as possible. This is where you will make new mounting tabs for the ones you cut off earlier (these are the tabs to mount the fan shroud to the rad, not the one from the center to the 8 o'clock position that you cut out much earlier and really doesnt need to be replaced like I did). I made my new mount tabs from 16 guage sheet metal with a reinforcing break down the center to keep it stiff.
One other item to note . I found a 4" pulley in the wrecking yard that is a good choice if you are going to make your own crank pulley instead of having a machinist cut on for you. It is the power steering pump pulley from a 1989 Honda Prelude. Its easy to get to left hand side of the engine right on top, held on with a left hand thread bolt. 12mm center hole already there. Its a 4 groove not a 3 groove (but its a genuine Mother Honda part
) I mounted it on my crank with a 1"thick spacer I cut from a block of aluminum I had at home using a 1-5/8 holesaw. I very carefully drilled the pulley,spacer and timing gear to accept a pair of 3/16"x1-1/2" rollpins to act as the key way to prevent any chance of pulley slip ( not that it was ever a problem in the past).
I hope this helps , its been working well for me , next up date will be in a week or so to show you the spacer I made to bring the water pump cover farther forward to ease the stress on the lower rad hose.
Ride safe, Todd