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 answer the dual headlight draining problem? 
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Post Re: answer the dual headlight draining problem?
I did the dual headlight mod... works great.
I will run the bike for a few weeks with a voltage meter on the bike to see how well it does.
If it holds above 12.6 volts then all is good. even better if it shows above 13 volts.

It sure is far more visible to other drivers in the day and illuminates the night streets and roads way way better.
I feel it's a must do mod... win win.
Bill


Mon Aug 25, 2014 12:17 am
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Post Re: answer the dual headlight draining problem?
Bilbobaker wrote:
I did the dual headlight mod

I feel it's a must do mod


Agreed.

I have a switch on the headlights so that I can run WITHOUT LIGHTS

I do this so that I can recharge the battery if/when I need to

Having a voltage monitor/meter in circuit tells me when to switch off (daylight hours)

This really isn't LEGAL ... so ... ya gotta mind WHERE you are when it's lights out !!

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