I bought the CVA alarm and the separate mounting kit for odd numbered lug nut count. The separate kit is nothing more than a mounting plate with pre-drilled holes for all the different patterns. I had to make my own lug nut brackets because of the large size.
The three blanks cut from 1/8" steel.
Drilling the 1/4" mounting holes and 3/4" pilot hole for the punch.
Holes drilled ready for 1-1/8" punch
Punching the 1-1/8" lug nut holes.
Takes a torque wrench.
Cleaning up the punched holes.
Checking lug nut fit.
Lug nut holes punched.
Bending the bracket using a drill bit to get the curvature.
All three done.
Checking fit with the lug nut socket.
Painting brackets and bell. I preferred the bell painted.
Here is the start of the project. I'll be using a Tiger SST CDI case and make new end plates to mount the transformer and perf board. Ordered all electronic components except the storage capacitor which I already have. Plan to mount the power transistors on an aluminum plate that will slide into the case like the original.
Case, end plates (to be remade), perf board, storage capacitor, in/out cable, and mounting hardware.
CDI with Points
Standard Ignition without CDI
Tracing new end plates
New end plates cut out and drilled
Fitting heat sink
Heat sink with inverter transistors, SCR, and bridge rectifier mounted and pre-wired