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Post  oldskoolpulsar on Wed 18 Nov - 8:06

what sort of AC voltage should i see coming from the lighting coil?

debating about rewinding a spare broken lighting coil i have.

experiment with 12volts like mentioned on other threads.

but just wondered what its outputting as standard

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Post  JohnW on Wed 18 Nov - 21:07

oldskoolpulsar wrote:what sort of AC voltage should i see coming from the lighting coil?

debating about rewinding a spare broken lighting coil i have.

experiment with 12volts like mentioned on other threads.

but just wondered what its outputting as standard

Minimum 6.2volt at 3000rpm
Maximum 8.0volt at 8000rpm

You need a lighting coil & voltage regulator from a YFM80 Badger/Raptor. see this thread
http://yamahatownmatet80.forumotion.co.uk/t664-6-volt-to-12-volt-conversion?highlight=12volt+conversion

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thanks

Post  oldskoolpulsar on Thu 19 Nov - 14:13

i found my haynes manual and thanks really appreciated

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