Do the Campag levers work ok with the mech disc brakes?
Yes. They're BB5s and I'll probaly fine tune them before the ride home this evening. I swapped the original cable outers I fitted for Jagwires as, when testing the brakes in the confines of my loft, there seemed to be some sponginess in the rear brake. I kept the original cables as the Jagwires came with MTB cables
Does the spacer kit work well?
I've been trying to find a way to re-space a SRAM/Shimano 8-speed cassette to work on 8-speed Campag.
It seems to. I haven't actualy indexed the gears yet as they were working almost perfectly from fitting. Once again I'll do that on the ride home. One problem with the spacers was having to lose one cog (running 8 & not 9) as the Miche casette would not fit on the Shimano freehub when respaced for Campag. I also tried respacing a SRAM MTB casette and that wouldn't fit. One of these would allow 9 cogs but it costs twice as much.
what fork is that/does it have mudguard eyes/does it still have the top hole for a caliper brake?
The more recent Honky Inc forks are a bit shorter, otherwise you'd need a deep drop caliper brake for the front. The rear should be fine though.
it's a Kona carbon fork (assuming it's the original fork that came with the Honky Inc.) and yes has eyelets + caliper hole + a ton of tyre clearance (could run 35's easy)
35's would be OK in the front fork but might be tight in the rear.
If you're looking for guards for it I can highly recommend these (fitted to an almost identical bike)
Cheers, I'll make a note of that. Can't afford any guards at the moment and I'm fitting a rack to the rear for my forthcoming adventure. I've had to alter a cheap rack 'borrowed' from my GFs bike with a big hammer and a drill to shorten the thingummy downward bits as the eyelets are halfway up the seatstays to avoid the disc brake calliper. (I see that more recent models have eyelets on the dropouts)
Cheers for all the positive comments ^^^^^