Oh and whats that I see. An offset brake servo :-)
I ordered some new poly mounts for the subframe so that the subframe position would be accurate. Having the subframe lean a few mm one way or another could have a series affect on the overall installation.
It dropped straight where it needed to go without any issues. The engine mounts lined up perfectly with the subframe holes.
Happy with the engine position I decided to tackle a problem that had been bugging me for quite some time that wasn't possible until the engine was fitted.
Offset brake servo
My solution - offset the servo towards the inner wing.
A bit of angle griding later I was able to get the servo into roughly the correct position. The only thing stopping it was the rear mounting point which was now too long.
I decided to cut the end off, remove approx 5mm of metal and weld it back up.
Still to do is to modify the brake pedal upright so that the clevis fork is angled towards the new position. I'm thinking I will cut the current item off, tap a thread on the shaft and use a threaded clevis fork with locknut.