Not familiar with your motor mount/setup. Looks like a commercial setup (vs. homemade). What is it? Can you provide more detail picks?
Thanks for the compliment...The Transom mount is home-made. It took me awhile to think of a design, and then to build it. It also cost a little bit for the materials. (Hard Wood, wood finish & sealer, SS hardware, etc...) Originally, I designed it so the transon would be light weight, could be used as the rear handle, not be against/across the deck to avoid catching water that might splash across the aft section, and to be cosmetically appealing. Later I decided to get longer bolts and reinstall the rear handle to have use of both. The transom works with or without the rear PA handle. Also with this setup, I can use various motor mount configurations. My motor's mount (taper lock) extends out far enough where the shaft doesn't touch the rear handle. The newer lever mounts have the motor shaft closer to the transom, but with my transom setup, it would still work because I can remove the rear handle and use the transom as a rear handle. Anyway...The transom is a prototype. Originally, I wasn't sure if it would be strong enough. My goal was to test the design and then have an aluminum transom made using the wood transom as a template, but now...Having used it a few times in rough weather conditions, it has proven itself worthy. And wood looks better than aluminum I believe, but...It may not last as long as aluminum. So far though, it has stood the test of a season being stored uncovered outside in the sun, rain, heat and humidity.
Why do you want more detailed pics? Are you considering trying to build one yourself? You're not the type that would take someone else's design, reproduce it, and then sell it for profit are you?