I have been reading quite a bit about rewinding stators, and how others are running their high power headlights. It seems that most people run the headlight on AC and have it always on. The Baja Designs kit runs their headlight on the DC side. I was thinking of doing the same with the following setup. Rewind my stator for a single high power output, 16AWG or 18AWG not sure yet. Run the heavy duty AC regulator from Ricky Stator and a 25A bridge rectifier. So if I turn my headlight off the regulator / rectifier can handle the full power of the stator. Run all lighting (100W/90W headlight, tailight, signals, horn, speedo light) from the DC side with a 1.4A SLA battery. The advantage to this that I can see is that I will be able to switch my headlight on/off. If my engine were to stall, my 1.4A SLA battery could sustain the 100W of lighitng for about 15 seconds or so before it were to die. It has a maximum short duration discharge of 14A. This could be enough time to get me out of a tricky situation at night like going down a steep hill and stalling the bike. Since I don't have any experience with this, and most people tend to go with the AC headlight setup. Is their any reason not to do what I am proposing? Thanks.