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Yes, it's possible to do this, but as previously mentioned, it's better to just get a compatible R/R.
If you really do want to go through the trouble of separating the battery from the rest of the system, let me know and I can provide guidance.
The fab work is basically done. The seat is hinged on the back and opens up to reveal the battery, electronics tray, and access to the oil tank. Plenty of room under the gas tank for wiring and ignition coils. Flush mount (with spring loaded pop up) gas cap finishes the tank.
I've had this project on my mind for quite some time (years, really). I got a little more motivation in these past few weeks as we've decided to sponsor a high school team that is building a turbo CB350 LSR bike. They needed some help with the electrics and I offered my support...