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Old 07-23-2009, 09:23 AM   #41
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Old 07-23-2009, 09:16 PM   #42
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Yes I agree the circuit needs a fuse.
My point was if used as a cigarette lighter you may need 20 amp or better.
You can by 12v kits search under ATV accessories
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Yes I agree the circuit needs a fuse.
My point was if used as a cigarette lighter you may need 20 amp or better.
You can by 12v kits search under ATV accessories
The motorcycle electrical and charging system is not as strong as they are in cars. An average motorcycle battery is about 8AH (Amp Hours). Thus you will be severely draining the battery or causing interference if you have anything that runs close to 20 or more amps.
I would suggest having a 20 amp fuse at the MOST.
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