Update from yesterday:
Sorry wanted to post this yesterday, but ended up passing out at 8pm. So yesterday I took Marilyn out to GET the mail, I guess when I installed the bolts for the disc brake I forgot to use loctite on one of them. I was riding at about 25 mph went to use the brake which caused the disc brake to wedge against the front rim and completely seized the front wheel. The asshole behind me that was on my ass almost rear ended me at 25 mph. I am fine no major damage to Marilyn the NCY brake caliper is missing a little paint and the front rim's outer lip got scuffed. After GETting the mail I got home and realized I was completely missing a bolt.
So I went to True Value and got a set of replacement bolts as well some red loctite for the disc brake bolts.
Here is the disc brake when I got home:
I did GET my Silver Trail Tech Vapor Speedometer in yesterday from Steady Garage. Thank god they loaded the box up with lots of packing material, because my US Mail people suck. Box looked like they kicked it around then shoved it into my mailbox. I removed my old Trail Tech TTO Tachometer and stock speedo. I installed the new speedo where my my old one use to be, gotta say the new speedo is way bigger than I thought and I like it. I temporarily wired up the power, red directly to the battery, and black to the front frame. My OCD kicked in and I need to find a good ground in the battery box to clean up the look. I also didn't realize the one I bought didn't come with the disc brake threaded speedo cable just the stock plastic one. So instead of buying the cable and waiting another week or two I did some mod work to my disc brake adaptor with good results. It works well for the NCY 2 piston caliper set up. I drilled a small hole using a 3/32's drill bit and then used the threaded screw that came with the kit to install the measuring device on the inside section of the brake adaptor. I will post pictures below of how I did it for anyone else with my setup using only the kit. I did dremel down the screw because it is a little bit long. Also because I am OCD I am going to pull off the front wheel today, mount the magnet to a fan, and turn it on so I can match my stock speedo's odometer readings. I will post some more pictures tonight when I get all the settings done for people using my front wheel and the mounted speedo cable. Photos below of my current progress.