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4. Chris unhooked the ECM from the main harness, lifted the plastic battery cover out of the way, extracted the battery, and unhooked and discarded the stock battery cables. Then the TSM was removed (arrow) and re-installed later into the new position of the provided FBI TSM mount, which relocates it to the left side.

5. Alan unplugged the plug wires from the ignition coil, and then the coil from the battery box was next to come out.

9- Alan installed the new TSM mount (arrow) on the left side and plugged the TSM into its new receptacle.

6. Then the fuse block was taken out of its stock fuse box (arrow). Later it was placed into FBI's new billet fuse box mount. But first, the agents had to get rid of the old frame section in order to mount the FBI fuse box to the new subframe.

7. Both agents unbolted all of the bolts from the stock rear frame section (they will be reused with the new subframe) and the stock rear frame section was removed.

11. The two agents fastened the new subframe with the pre-existing frame's hardware to the main frame and tightened everything down to factory spec.

5. Alan unplugged the plug wires from the ignition coil, and then the coil from the battery box was next to come out.

9- Alan installed the new TSM mount (arrow) on the left side and plugged the TSM into its new receptacle.

8. The stock battery box was removed to make room for the new subframe, and then Alan located the TSM loom (on the right side of the bike) and cut into the insulation to make it longer. It was then wrapped with electrical tape and rerouted to the left side of the bike to where the TSM's new home will be. Also, the new battery cables were installed at this time and hooked up once the battery was installed.

11. The two agents fastened the new subframe with the pre-existing frame's hardware to the main frame and tightened everything down to factory spec.

12. Alan fit the fuses into the new billet fuse box mount, which was later tightened to the new subframe after the battery had been installed.
13. Then he located the ECM, flipped it on its side, and attached it to the side of the battery box on the new subframe on the right side for easy access.

10. Here is a shot at the stock rear frame section (bottom) and the new subframe (top). The new subframe features the reshaped lowered section that brings the seat down about 3 inches. It simply bolts right in place of the stock subframe in a snap.

14. Agent Alan re-installed the battery and hooked up the new cables, then mounted the new fuse box mount onto the subframe, and hooked the coil back up. The battery's cables are longer to make up for the extra length they have to travel due to the relocation of the battery. Also, the cables secure to the sides of each terminal, instead of on the top of the terminals (arrow).

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