Turning radius and cable interferrence shouldn't matter while on one wheel, but I do like the new bucket. Yes, there are others lurking. Watching. Taking notes.
It gives you consistent power to your lights, so no more flickering or dim lights. I think they make both the adjustable and fixed regulators.MCKAY34 said:Ok and so what will that do?
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Mckay, Sonreir is correct the headlight is AC and runs directly off the stator lighting coil so it is dim at idle and gets brighter with engine revs. If your going to mess with the electrical I would highly recommend you look at the XT forum for relevent posts and check out https://www.rexs-speedshop.com he is the expert on these electrical systems. LED signals and tail lights are useable with his 12v conversion kits but not LED headlights. They will not like the AC current. Running anything additional off the battery is also problematic on stock stators as they barely make enough current to keep the small batterys charged as it is. Its all the tutorial pages. However If you end up ignoring all that and find a setup that works please post it up... Ive been looking for a headlight upgrade solution that works too good luckSonreir said:Not uncommon for a lot of dual sports and dirt bikes.
Usually the lighting circuit is run directly from the stator and brightness will increase with engine revs. You can modify it to run from the battery and that will help. I recommend an LED for the headlight as well.