Question about 2007 Yamaha V Star Custom
Hey pal, you're confusing volts with amps..your bike will always be 12 volts but your stator/alternator determines how many amps you get...it's an expensive thing to upgrade and change out ( your service dept can probably tell you how much it puts out)....the more things you have running at one time the more amperage you pull.....my suggestion is not to run anything at idle then turn things on one by one as you reach highway speeds where th electrical system is pumping out it's max..shut at least 1 off if your at a stop for any length of time....this will save you a lot of money.....but if you want to spring for an upgrade and it is avail for your ride then go for it....good Luck to you friend.......Tim
Posted on May 11, 2009
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