Rick had a really good idea for where to put the coils. They won't fit in the stock location because the gas tank's tunnel is too narrow, and I was just going to stick them near the stock location but below the tank. Convenient for them, but in the way of other things. Instead, they're going to go on top of the battery box. There's enough room to move the air filter up a couple of inches to accommodate them. Step one was to cut out a top for the box. The coils are attached to some pre-fabbed gussets which are welded to the top of the box. The battery box lid is larger than it needs to be because it will also be the bottom of the shroud for the air filter. Unfortunately adding a lip to the lid ruined it. The sheet warped and adding a rib to stabilize it made it worse. The original warping itself wasn't that bad, but pushing on the middle of the lid would make it pop from convex to concave like a jam jar lid. If the lid was popped the wrong way the coils wouldn't fit on the mounts. The rib was supposed to fix it, but just made it bad in a different way. That was about five hours of work I gave up on. The nice thing was that the next one went much faster. Instead of making a sheet metal lid I'm going for plastic. A couple of brackets that each hold an individual coil each go on top of them.