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Electrical capacity?

Anybody know what the electrical output is on an 07? I want to get heated jscket liner and gloves. total power draw is 8.6 (liner is 6.4, gloves 2.2). i just wanna figure out if bike can handle the load. thanks

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Anybody know what the electrical output is on an 07? I want to get heated jscket liner and gloves. total power draw is 8.6 (liner is 6.4, gloves 2.2). i just wanna figure out if bike can handle the load. thanks
Not enough info. for example is that 8.6 flux capacitor amps or mili amps, amps etc.

Also, what circuit will you be tapping off to power up the liner and gloves?
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[QUOTE=bluedevil;668712]Not enough info. for example is that 8.6 flux capacitor amps or mili amps, amps etc.

It wouldn't be 1.21 jiggowatts would it?

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my bad, 8.6 amps.....and i think they are peavey amps..........
and i'll prolly just hard wire with a relay from ignition circuit so they don't stay on when bike is off.

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my bad, 8.6 amps.....and i think they are peavey amps..........
lol...that's a lot of amps for most circuits i.e headlight assembly. I would run off the battery with an in-line fuse of 10amps. The bike should have no problem with that...good luck and stay warm.
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