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captain crash
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PostSubject: Suzuki bandit help - Sorry   Suzuki bandit help - Sorry Icon_minitimeFri Jun 08, 2012 5:36 pm

Sorry I know this is a bit cheeky but my next door neigbour has got a bandit and after reading your (Mr I) post about the heated seat mod you did LINK he has asked me to ask you if you think it will be ok to do it on his bike because he already has extra electrics running in the winter already. He is running heated grips, extra spot lights plus a few other bits and bobs. Sorry he is not a member of any forums and is not really up for joining any but I often show him bits on this site which gives him little ideas
Does anyone know if the bandit electrics would cope?
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki bandit help - Sorry   Suzuki bandit help - Sorry Icon_minitimeFri Jun 08, 2012 6:23 pm

Probably will be fine but without knowing the draw from everything he is using and knowing what the stator is putting out that is wasted, it is impossible to know or give a proper answer.
What I would say though is if he bought a battery indicator that he could keep an eye on such as this
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He would know if he was using to much power at any given time and could switch something off that was not really needed. Simply putting a tester on at tickover wouldn't really give a full answer because of the following. Suzuki use a 3 stage charge system, so is putting out more or less power depending on how high or possibly low the revs are (I think) which in turn would mean that although you may be running the battery down with everything running at tickover but when riding quickly or within a higher rev range the stator will be kicking out more power.
Sorry I couldn't be more help Crash but I ain't got the time nor inclination to do a load of research on possible electrical issues on a bike I don't ride. Hope what I have written does help a little though Suzuki bandit help - Sorry 3498837457
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki bandit help - Sorry   Suzuki bandit help - Sorry Icon_minitimeFri Jun 08, 2012 7:34 pm

Could try: Bandit forum. I used to be a member when I had the Bandit - a lot of expertise on there. Just go to search - you don't need to be a member.
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PostSubject: Re: Suzuki bandit help - Sorry   Suzuki bandit help - Sorry Icon_minitimeFri Jun 08, 2012 8:04 pm

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