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Where should I place it? Just can't find the right place for it.
I've taped it to the frame, but I'm afraid that's not the best way to have it...

I had a battery status monitor from AO Services, but it doesn't seem to work anymore with the power box. Is that right?

How can I know the alternator works and the battery os charging?

Thanks!!
 
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This I found out after trying simpler bracket designs, this works the best. Get yourself to an industrial suppler and buy some ISO's mount them as shown here: http://tinyurl.com/35qa2x they look a lot like muffler ISO's aye.
Now make a plate note the bend line for stiffness and mount it on the ISO's like this: http://tinyurl.com/3az4hq You could find angle alum. cut to fit.
Now drill plate to power box used to fit holes it comes with. Another view : http://tinyurl.com/38nvjq
This one is for Pod type but I am sure you can make it for Boyer power box http://tinyurl.com/2nbjov
You can also use the back side of the same plate on the bike frame used here a little tighter fit. Harder to ISO. This was after flat alum. plates cracked that were rigid mounted. Do what you want you will anyway.
 

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sparkplug said:
I had a battery status monitor from AO Services, but it doesn't seem to work anymore with the power box. Is that right?

I don't see how installing a Power box would affect the battery status monitor operation? Is it this type?: http://www.aoservices.co.uk/data/bsm.htm

If so, whereabouts is the battery status monitor black wire connected into the electrical system.
 
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Thanks for the advices!

I'll put it on the iso's on an aluminium speedometer bracket I've found in the garage. I believe that'll work! thanks for the pics. They really help.

Les:

That's the status monitor I have. I'll take a look at the black wire and see what has happened...


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