From my stator wattage step down, fuses "how to"

If I use my battery or stator to

Have a wire line

at 12v 50'ish watts

How do I use in line fuzed

My main power line is so high in watts

And not exactly 12 v on it's own (edited)

Re: From my stator wattage step down, fuses "how to"

English is hard.

Re: From my stator wattage step down, fuses "how to"

♣Slew Foot♣ /

You get a voltage regulator and a rectifier and you're right it off the stator before it goes anywhere and then you have to have the charging circuit right for the battery I'm sure it can be used as a regulator or a rectifier but have to find out it fell just fry you might need a zener diode or something is this a home project or is it a factory one with a battery if it's a factory one with the battery look at the wiring diagrams

Re: From my stator wattage step down, fuses "how to"

Blaine- The artist formerly known as Plumber Crack "(OFMC)" /

What?

Re: From my stator wattage step down, fuses "how to"

♣Slew Foot♣ /

Read the manual

Re: From my stator wattage step down, fuses "how to"

Overpriced Parts /

> Blaine- The artist formerly known as Plumber Crack "(OFMC)" Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> What?

Gots scooter so He’s talking scooter Iingo

Re: From my stator wattage step down, fuses "how to"

I have a ice bear vintage conversion to 100cc A9 cam setup I have only ran for 10 minutes

I have a kymco people 50 2t with similar ignition .. i want to upgrade mod

I have a third old moped I'm putting money into and it runs transitorized

Conversion is what i want

So point a is watts voltage for cdi and coil

But to use better fuses for reliability

I would use I'm guessing a 5 amp 12.volton my ac mopeds

Reg/ret doesn't act as a good fuze

Its gy6 stuff on my test one

But if I run a direct power to my cdi

Off the regulator rectifier

I would need what fuze set to protect it extra... my kymco uses DC

In the future all my mods have to do with upgrading the cheap crap out for reliability... my top slide carb on my resto mod is listed for $450 mikuna

I'm willing to do the work and pay to keep my bikes nice

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