Boyer Module Bracket for BSA,Triumph, Norton Twins

Boyer module bracket for mounting on BSA twins that use the welded to the frame battery bracket.
Will also work on many Triumph's and Norton's anywhere that velcro and tie wrap methed of mounting is used and where two hoes can be tapped.
This is a stainless bracket made for easy mounting underneath the battery strap bracket found on BSA’s from 1963 – 1968.  You have to drill and tap the holes (use 8-32 screws), apply the Velcro and tie-wraps, and wire up the Boyer module.  

This bracket saves you a lot of work designing and building a good location for the Boyer module.  It provides a location safe from the weather, easily accessible, and easy to wire.  Well tested on a number of my bikes, it allows room for the battery box pin to come through the rubber grommet cup in the bracket on the frame.  The stock side cover arrangement clears this mounting location.  The wires go back towards the oil tank and can easily reach the required locations for the Boyer box.

These brackets can be used on other British bikes.  We have used them on Triumphs and Nortons.  You would need to e-mail me for instructions to use these on other bike applications.  

Priced at $45.00 delivered in the U.S. Lower 48. International, Alaska and Hawaii customers will be invoiced for shipping separately after you have purchased the product.

This is a time saver for the do-it-yourselfer.