2007 Yz 450f Motard In The Making✊✊Help Needed

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  • Cbr_Yzf_Gsxr_kid46

Posted January 20, 2016 - 06:10 AM


I have an 07' Yz450f, I recently purchased a set of excel motard rims and I'm looking in to running a full street setup. I'm looking at running Led tail light, Turn signal, either a 07'wr headlight or one of those fancy eBay special headlight setup,and a trail tech vapour speedo. I'm just wondering what upgrade I would have to do to the electrical system(stator,rectifier...etc) Any insight or input would be much appreciated✊✊

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  • grayracer513

Posted January 20, 2016 - 07:14 AM


There are two approaches to this.  The first will get you a real 100+watt electrical system... for about $1000:




The other way will get you a less than reliable system that "works OK" (when it isn't broken): 




The problem is that there is NO surplus current developed at all by the stock generator, just two small coil sets for the ignition and that's it; nothing extra to run anything else. The flywheel is smaller than your gas cap, in fact.  


The only other thing that can be done is to power the lights from a battery and let it be a constant loss system. 

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