Firstly, let's define a couple of terms. For the sake, this discussion the "Jib" refers the aft-most of the two headsails. The forward sail will be referred to as the "Foresail" . . . . easy, right?
Gene's rig includes two Harken Small Boat furlers:
An uphaul for the Foresail was added 14" above the stock Jib uphaul placement.
Gene routed the Jib Sheets through the handrail and the Foresail Sheet outboard around the Shrouds; the purpose, to help maintain sail separation. Both sheets on each side were then secured at the stock Harken Cam Cleat as pictured below.
A Stainless Steel bowsprit was welded to the pulpit. To reinforce the pulpit under load from the sail, an assembly consisting of a turnbuckle and chain conducts the load energy back to the Head Fitting.