Removed the tank bag cowl, and while I'm at it why not install some high power charging electronics in the winter snow weather!
The J-hooks for SCv2 have a locknut need 11mm socket. The photos from @Chicamungo are super helpful. I was given some spacers which don't seem to go to anything, and also I'm missing the fasteners from the J1772 inlet so I'll have to ask for some to be sent out. Maybe the spacers are for the second 3.3kW module I'm agreed to receive when the upgrade to two 3.3kW modules is ready for customers...
I noticed at least some sharp metal corners where wires for the SCv2 install run next to, and this might need some guarding. One of the heat shrink seals from the charger to a corrugated plastic conduit was sliding off and not really doing the job, might tack it down with glue. I don't even have the J1772 inlet mounted yet so I just put this stuff in there and get it out of the house. It's a two-beer install. At the moment I have an all-weather cover over the bike until I get a cowl I like to mount the J1772 inlet to.
I'm wondering how the heck three modules are supposed to fit under a cowl in that space 3x3.3kW? The connectors used at install time are bulky and that makes me wonder.. would we see a need to have two J1772 inlets mounted to the cowl?
Also since we have that edison plug from the power split assembly, is there a safe way to wire that to the internal charger directly? I would presume the Chargetank does something like this?
@Chicamungo was velcro included or is that something you came up with? I might have some around here...
**edit** Do I need J1772 mounting fasteners if I will mate it to a Chargetank cowl?