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    Iím starting to do wiring which Iím running batteryless, I have a sparx capacitor, condenser, and a Boyer dual output ignition coil. My problem is trying to find a place to mount the coil. I was going to mount it like my picture but I guess you need to mount it by the metal bars. Any ideas how to mount this?
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    What is the number of your coil?
    Did you get mounting instructions?
    How long are the leads?
    I found this at Boyer's site:
    http://www.boyerbransden.com/pdf/COIL00004.pdf

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    That’s my coil but I just received the coil and nothing else. I was sort of thinking running aluminum spacers underneath and using zip ties but not sure if that would work

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    The instructions state:

    These coils must only be mounted by the
    metal bars as this is the only way out for heat
    generated by the primary coil winding.

    A good mounting onto the frame or chassis will
    normally be adequate, but an extra aluminium
    heatsink is a good way to keep the coil output
    at maximum, even at high temperatures.


    If you don't want to be welding, brazing or drilling, maybe pipe clamps like this would work for ya':
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    Cool, thanks

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    Check The Factory Metal Works site, they have a mount specifically designed for this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warheadsonforeheads16 View Post
    Check The Factory Metal Works site, they have a mount specifically designed for this.
    Ya, ya, ^^^
    https://www.thefactorymetalworks.com...le-frame-mount

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