After all this is done, you're ready to put the carbs back on the bike. If the carbs don't go back into the intake manifolds easily, spray a little WD-40 onto the inside of the rubber boots and then wiggle them in. Once the carbs are back on, reinstall the tank (some WD-40 on the rubber mounts can help here too), reattach the lines and cables, make sure everything moves freely, and start up the bike. Don't forget to make sure your petcock is on (or set it to prime). It will take a couple of seconds for the bike to start since all the gas was drained out of the float bowls. Once it's started, look for any leaks. If there aren't any, give yourself a pat on the back and take it out for a ride to feel how great a job you did on enhancing the performance of your bike.