I just zip-tied it to the inner fairing under the seat (where normally the toolbox would be). I cutted a piece of 2cm thick foam and placed that under the unit because the plastic inner fairing has a slight curve to it.anyone have thoughts on rubber mounting ignitechs versus more solid / just ziptied to the steel bracket (which i've done a few times at least).
Very neat installationThe limited space behind the airbox was the reason I installed the Ignitech unit under the seat. That way, there's plenty of room for the Nology's. I made a new bracket that uses the original mounting holes in the airbox. Fitted the coils at an angle so that the spark plug leads don't have to make any sharp angles and are easy to disconnect.
Then I splitted the Ignitech wiring loom and soldered the wires instead of using the stock 2- and 3-pin plugs. That way, I don't have all these plugs near the coils, I could seperate the pick-up wires from the spark plug leads and everything is easy to disconnect when the airbox has to be removed (to work on the carbs).
All I have to unplug are the + and - connectings on the coils and the spark plug leads. All the other wires are zip-tied to the frame.
Everything on the photos was meant to be a prototype (to check if everything fitted and worked) but as everything works just fine I think I'm gonna leave it this way (although I wish I had black tape at the time...)
That was also my first idea, to have everything installed under the tank. Main reason was keeping all things dry.i was thinking of moving the ignitech, but i'd rather have it under the tank.