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Classic, Vintage & Veteran For Coventry and Meriden Models. Anything pre-Hinckley goes.

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Old 11-13-2012, 02:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have mounted the control unit (wrapped in rubber) onto the tool tray, used an existing connection (Wassell reg fitted) for power in and earthed it via a single point earthing bolt. I have read that having the unit so close to the battery can cause problems. Is this correct?
In running the wiring to the rotor/timing disk I have taken the route down behind the gearbox and along the lower frame rather than under the tank. This I am told keeps the unit free from electrical interference from the alternator????????
As described, it is the same mounting plan as my friends 76 T140 and He has had no problems.
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Hi Cuba. One concern, Pazons instructions do state not to wrap the unit in rubber. May be worth emailing Pazon direct but i cant see an issue with your instalation appart from that.

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Hi Cuba. One concern, Pazons instructions do state not to wrap the unit in rubber. May be worth emailing Pazon direct but i cant see an issue with your instalation appart from that.

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oooooops! See that now. Will modify the mounting of the control unit so as to limit vibration yet keep the top half 'free'. Thanks RM.

Re-reading the instructions I note that Pazon recommends mounting the unit close to the coils, given that the coils are close to the battery, then the tool tray must be a good place.

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I bolted my Sparx EI box to the underside of the battery box, which is mounted to the frame with rubber bushes.

Works well for me and makes it nice and tidy under the seat.

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I bolted my Sparx EI box to the underside of the battery box, which is mounted to the frame with rubber bushes.

Works well for me and makes it nice and tidy under the seat.

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-have the Rectifier/Regulator bolted there.
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I pop riveted a small alli plate to the battery box side straps.

This is roughly 1" x 2" and sticks out towards the rear. There's a couple of holes drilled in it and the Pazon is cable tied to the alli. So it's pretty much behind the RHS steel cover.

I ran the sender cables the same route as the RITA. That's along the underside of the engine on ther RHS and up among the oil lines
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I mounted my Pazon inside the metal side panel where the Lucas Rita was originally mounted - no probs !.
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