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What voltage system does a 1972 honda 350 twin have 6 or 12 volt?

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They run on a 6 volt system

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Hi, You may confusing with different answers.
It supposed to be 12V. But to make it sure first. Please use your DC volt meter to check output of your alternator / dynamo. Other wise just remove battery terminal then use bulb 12V DC connected to the wires and start your engine ( use kick starter) and see how your bulb work. If your bulb dimmed at a your average or high rpm then your electricity system is using 6VDC.
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The Honda CB 350 is a 12 volt system.

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It is a 12 volt system

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