You can delete the speedpak configuration and add a new one when your done..
You could create a new configuration linked to a display state that hides some components. Then create another speedpak from this config. In your drawing use the speedpak configs as needed.
Thanks, for the response.
My background goes back to 1988 with cad programs.
I am concerned because the sp/pk surfaces did not relate over to the original model surfaces.
The issue is I work with modules and install other parts in them and the sp/pk is the module.
I am going to try the new configuration and see where that goes.
Joe, why don't you just include the components need in the original speed-pak or maybe just the surfaces that are visible in the drawing view?