I still haven't fitted;
1. My new battery
2. The mousemat
3. A replacement rear box for the exhaust (it's not unbearably loud luckily, just a bit...blowy at about 3.5k rpm)
4. Or even had a chance to glance at the headlight levelling system and see how crocked that is...
However, I've just purchased new front tyres for fitting (at work!) Monday, as my friendly neighbourhood tyre man gave me a deal on a pair of 225/45R18 Eagle F1 Aysmmetric 5's that made them virtually the same price as one(!) PilotSport (sorry to the Michelin lobby). Couldn't really turn that down, so on they go! I'll be matched front and back then, so can give a decent review. Bearing in mind the Potenzas put on by previous owner were apparently new in January, they really haven't lasted that well, as they're getting a bit thinner than I'd like and haven't even lasted a full year. Buy cheap, buy twice...
Over my lunch just now at work I did knock together the following circuit and code on Tinkercad, picture attached. Caveats here; I'm not really sure about pressure conversion yet, and will have to run some tests with voltages to make sure everything marries up happily for both that and Temp when I have my 'real' sensors. I'm buying an I2C and also an SPI OLED to see which works best in the setup, but couldn't see anything other than LCD's on tinkercad so LCD for the mockup it is.
All that aside, I'm quite happy with it bearing in mind I'd not even looked at how Arduino coding works or messed about with wiring the thing till an hour ago!
Code's spoilered below if for whatever reason you wanted to replicate my work and don't want to squint. It's by no means finished or fancy, but hey, it works virtually, so it can't be all bad! I'll probably end up working the adafruit OLED libraries, as they're pretty standard across everything on ebay. Plus you can do things like draw shapes and create animations easily, which gives me ideas...
And we'll just not even think about the rust and maybe it'll go away?!