We don't know yet. Here's the process:
- We receive all parts, and now it's the FSA Powerbox missing.
- We calculate the days it takes to deliver to the Taiwan assembly factory. Based on the expected arrival days, we work with the assembly factory to finalize their work dates. We must fit in their available productivity.
- A team of SpeedX engineer arrives before the assembly, and start the trial assembly. The purpose is to set up the assembly line.
- All set! Now the assembly line is mobilized.
This is how it works. We can't ship the parts to the assembly factory too early, as it costs money to store there, and it's also possible that there won't be enough space considering other brands' parts are already there. We can't finalize the assembly dates two months in advance, as a few days of delay would cause an idle assembly line, which costs loss for the assembly factory. I think in early Oct we would know more concrete next-steps. One thing is sure that it won't take long to assemble, but the point is the preparation before the assembly.