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1rkcooper

WR400 dc conversion

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I am in hte prossess of putting my Wr on the road. What do I need to run the signals etc. Can I use just a battery? Can I use just a capacitor? What about a regulator/rectifier? Or do I need all of these?

My buddy is doing the wiring for me because he knows more than I do about electrical. We knnow we have to convert to DC but a bit unsure as to exactly what we really need for the conversion. I have done a search and it seems that a lot of you have done conversions a little different. Any help would be appreciated.

Rick

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