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I received and installed the PCIIIUSB today. I did not have any problems getting the side cover over the bulky wiring but did have a problem trying to stuff the control box between the battery & lower air box. I decided to notch out the lower & upper air box sections and mount the control box inside the air box. I used the velcro to attach it to the front of the lower air box. There is no gap after the air box cover is secured and looks like a professional job. This way the control box is protected and easier to get to when adjustments are needed. If anyone can see a problem with it mounted inside the air box, let me know. Waiting for my Powershots to arrive so I can fire it up and see if the "magic" box really works.
 

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I received and installed the PCIIIUSB today. I did not have any problems getting the side cover over the bulky wiring but did have a problem trying to stuff the control box between the battery & lower air box. I decided to notch out the lower & upper air box sections and mount the control box inside the air box. I used the velcro to attach it to the front of the lower air box. There is no gap after the air box cover is secured and looks like a professional job. This way the control box is protected and easier to get to when adjustments are needed. If anyone can see a problem with it mounted inside the air box, let me know. Waiting for my Powershots to arrive so I can fire it up and see if the "magic" box really works.

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Not as of yet but I could. It is really easy. Run the PCIIIUSB wiring harness on the left side (sitting on Bike) of the battery and drape it across the lower air box close to that side. Mark the width with a marker and using a hacksaw blade and holder, make the two cuts, going only to the bottom of the lip of the lower box. Then continue making cuts between the two original cuts. Go in from an angle and saw some material away so you can lay the hacksaw blade in the notch and saw the remaining material even. Lay the harness in the notch (with PCIII inside airbox) and place top of air box in position to seal with clips. Using a marker, mark the top box on both sides of the harness. Remove top box, use above procidure to cut out notch, just deep enough to accommodate the top of the harness. Use supplied velcro to attach control box to the inner front of the lower air box. Put top cover on, clip down and your good to go. If you do it right, there should be no gaps between the harness and the air box. Start small, you can always remove more plastic from the air box if the top does not seal right.
 
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