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Charging how much will be the out put of the alternator at idle

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The output on any bike is generally pretty low on idle. This may drop as low as 13 volts. You need 2-3000 revs on to get towards full power output. Both the current and voltage fall to their lowest output at tick over speeds. For the alternator to be working correctly (charging the battery) it should be able to muster 14.5 volts at 3000 revs regardless of how much electrical gear you are running. Hope I have answered your question enough. Happy to talk to you further.

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