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Author Topic: Yamaha 12v Conversion  (Read 102 times)

Offline firebane

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Yamaha 12v Conversion
« on: Jul 17, 2017, 16:39:22 »
I am in the processs of converting from 6v to 12v on my bike and did a lot of research and looking and think I have what needs to happen to make this work.

I plan to run a led headlight on its own switch so its on only when I need it. I also will be running led turn signals as well as a led tail/brake light. This should keep as much to a minimal draw as necessary to not put much of a load on the system.

Attached is the wiring diagram I think should work.


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Re: Yamaha 12v Conversion
« Reply #1 on: Jul 20, 2017, 23:32:36 »
You need the fuse between the positive side of the battery eliminator and the toggle. The R/R should go straight to the positive side of the eliminator and not be fused. The battery eliminator's negative side should be grounded and not going anywhere else.
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Offline firebane

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Re: Yamaha 12v Conversion
« Reply #2 on: Jul 21, 2017, 01:56:59 »
Good catch on the negative of the battery eliminator I would have done that instinctively just missed on the drawing. Will alter fuse location though.

Thanks