I have no pictures but it is dead simple. Use a 3/4 X 3/4 X 1/8 web angle iron bracket mounted high on the back flap of the tool box to set the coil in mid air and central in the tool box. Then add two sheet metal brackets to each end of the box that link the back flap to the front one down where it's strong. These are just strips of metal with a bend and a hole at each end. Without these brackets the heavy coil would break the tool box and shake the coil to it's death.
Remove the coil bracket assembly from under the seat, relocate the horn from under the front of the gas tank to the underside of the battery tray, use the former horn mount upfront to mount the coil. The area freed up by removing the coil bracket under the seat can now be used to install a spin on type oil filter.