Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone can tell me where to get those funky dynamo ligts that you get on those beach crusier. Thanks in advance.
I think I know what you mean, I had my generator running, but when I hit 40 the other day, i noticed a burning rubber smell and my lights went out. When i check it the next day (had to park it and sleep right away) i noticed the spinning part that touches the tire stopped and started chipping away at the rubber itself. little white rubber flakes powdered my entire read tire and frame + all parts attached to frame. It was like snow.Dockspa1 said:I hooked up a generator on my cruiser and it lit both lights very well untill you hit a speed of thirty or so miles per hour. There is no real regulator attached to them because using peddle power won't peak them but run 30 MPH and you burn em up, right now!
Just a FYI
If you don't regulate the wet cell and the battery overcharges then what happens? Just curious.Edward said:a wet cell battery in the system was the traditional stabilizer since it would absorb the voltage spikes that burn up the bulbs.