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Charging and lighting

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Charging and lighting

Post  john87 on Sun Nov 26, 2017 7:52 pm

As Dave says...

"This is possible on the 2T because the alternator charging coils are not connected to earth. (The original wiring uses a centre tapped coil and the two diodes to give full wave rectification)"

Not connected to earth is a vast improvement.. Still, my [standard] system works too well, and i put the lights on often to stop the battery being overcharged!!

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