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Wattage capacity of me 'Blade


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As the title suggests, I'm trying to acertain what the capacity fo my Blade is to run accessories.


Now the Haynes manual lists my bike as having an output of 421W @ 5200rpm (under electrical system [alternator]). Now if I factor in high beams and lights etc at the most it appears I'd load my system with 200W of draw. Thus leaving a max of 200oddW at my disposal. Realistically I would only utilise half of that. My question is: Does this sound about right?

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Possibly heated grips or heated gloves and jacket liner.... They'd have an off and on switch anyhow, like you suggested.. I'm just a stickler for the finer details :)

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Bingo :D


I'd be suprised if a great big bike like a blade can't cope with it, i mean these things don't come with a "warning: Do not use unless you're bike is a goldwing" sticker. I'm sure it can spare a few of it's million horse power for your grips :D

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Bingo :D


I'd be suprised if a great big bike like a blade can't cope with it, i mean these things don't come with a "warning: Do not use unless you're bike is a goldwing" sticker. I'm sure it can spare a few of it's million horse power for your grips :D

 

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Very true. I'm sure it'll cope.. Thanks peeps

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