Yep. But the original "V" motor has crank seal problems, so I've built a lower end together with the other motor which appears to be in great shape. The other lower end had a disassembled single speed clutch, so I may be stuck using that since I can't get the variator clutch off the other crank end.
I need a special clutch hub tool, and I don't have any that fit in the garage. I also don't have any source to buy one, so I may be stuck with the single speed clutch. I've tried everything short of damaging it including soaking overnight in penetrating oil and shocking the shaft with hammer; no luck.
I also may have to use the older pre-77 carburator, since the original post-78 is in really, really bad shape. I may not get the speed using a slower carb and clutch assembly, but hey, it oughta run! I've got new piston rings on the way.
Thanks for the advice. I've had this project only two days, but learning fast.