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May 26, 2011

Installing Electrics for a 6V motorcycle system

While looking at various electric items for the Leg Breaker such as the running light, headlight, indicators etc. Most items are built for the 12 volt systems off the shelf where as the 125 is only a 6.

Installing Electrics for a 6V motorcycle system


While looking at various electric items for the Leg Breaker such as the running light, headlight, indicators etc. Most items are built for the 12 volt systems off the shelf where as the 125 is only a 6.

Got me thinking about whether it would be worth switching to a 12V system and upgrading thenecessaryelectronic parts, or to keep the 6V and modify to suit.

Willdefinitelybe runnings LEDs for most of the lighting due to the low current draw. While in between Googles I found this nice article on LED Lighting for 6V vehicles it explains a few different options and avenues worthpursuing.


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