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going for compactness and the desire to keep my coil wires short (and the stock lengths) I came up with this simple mount out of .125 aluminum that screws to the min. engine bracket in turn supported by the FI throttle body crosspiece. The whole assembly is then supported by a rubber-footed aluminum channel that sits on the motor case. I then ran a simple arm to help support and mainly stabilize the lightweight stock plastic oil separator (already well supported by the hoses). The coils keep their rubber bushings and the assembly is in the airflow between the cylinder "V".Other than that things are progressing nicely, got the underside buttoned up. Next on the to-do list is flipping it right side up and shoehorn in the driveline. Many thanks to Alan, John Thorpe and Johann here in the US for their help over the rocky parts...I'm sure there are more to come.