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I had installed 100 watt bulbs in my stock headlight wiring. i soon experienced a problem with my bike all of a sudden stalling and not being able to start again until it sits and cools. ive wired the lights directly to the bat and i still have the same problem of the bike quitting on me when it gets so warm

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The 100 watts may be running the battery down. quickest test is put a standard bulb back it and see if the problem persists.
If the battery is a few years old it wont help things.
If you wire to the battery dont forget a fuse, or risk burning your bike down.

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