This is the headlight I used:
This is what I used for the tail light:
So when you guys say float the ground, you are talking about using some sort of additional voltage regulator off a 12v system. I was just asking if there is any LEDs that will work with the stock 6V system that won't fry, and won't cause troubles with the stock electronics.
I don't understand all the bits that need to be changed and added for 12v or if that introduced any additional problem areas. Treats has a 12 volt light coil: https://www.treatland.tv/puch-12-volt-light-coil-2-0-improved-version-p/puch-light-coil.htm
But it is out of stock. Is this a "plug and play" part with a regulator, or does everything that get's connected need to be "floated" as you say (i.e. a positive and negative needs to be run from the coil? but no ground should be attached to the chassis in any other manner?)
Appreciate the patience. I am admittedly ignorant on vehicle wiring topics, but I would like to learn. I had a little Honda 250 motorcycle, and I just replaced all the bulbs with LEDs and everything was cool. I'm taking it that the moped puts out this someone "old fashioned" AC electric at 6volts stock, and this is what gives the LEDs fits. By using the 12 volt coil and running that to a 12 volt regulator, each LED light for the headlamp, and tail lamp can be wired to the regulator. Where it would get complicated is the brake lights, as you need to wire the brake switches into this "floating" part of the system. And you still need to leave the horn and ignition on the 6volt part of the system? So I'm assuming there are two coils in play?