full wiring system on the go

Discussion in 'Electrical' started by beast775, Aug 5, 2008.

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  1. beast775

    beast775 Guest

    i just thought i would share some pics of the wiring system,im rigging up:shock:since the 5-0 is on high alert in my neck of the woods,and the defacto government here- just adds more statutes and acts -on top of the 6 million they already have.what a comedy routine.anyways im putting my bike on the road registered and insured-makes me cringe just thinkin about it, but no jail for me.:cool:,bye the way,im going to have 2 batterries 12 volt 8 ah if i need it but i doubt it,1 backup.i have relays,flasher and 2 6 volt regulators hooked in series,the headlight is a 1157 high output,and i left the taillight on and headlight on for 3 hrs,turn signals flashed 6 times every 10 or 15 minutes,brake light every 5 minutes,and my battery voltage started at 14.7,and was 13.4 after 3.5 hrs,with no brightness lost!i must have done something right.ps no charging system plug and play.:cool:..everything was homemade.i used a 1970s enduro head and tailight,and had to make new sockets.

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  2. SirJakesus

    SirJakesus Guest

    Congrats on your lighting system but I KNOW you can clean all those loose wires up some. Get some zip ties and spiral binding and give it an hour and she'll be beautiful!
  3. beast775

    beast775 Guest


    im not done messin with wires yet,it will be all hidin and tucked away.i keep switchin power leads,to much fun to be done yet.
  4. graucho

    graucho Active Member

    I bet that baby lights up the road. A little fine tuning and youll have a dependable unit. Great job.
  5. GonzoOn2Wheels

    GonzoOn2Wheels New Member

    thats one of the best/coolest electric things ive seen since ive started putting light on my bike