Thread created on 05:53:53 - 03/09/20 (1 year ago)
Last replied 18:25:27 - 21/12/20 (10 months ago)
I'm currently refitting an old Baja Warrior/MB200 minibike. Along with some custom frame work and full stage 4 upgrades, I'm also adding front and rear turn signals + brake/tail light. Everything, including the headlight is LED, which is where my question lies.
Obviously, I'm going to have to convert the existing AC circuit to DC by means of a bridge rectifier. However, I'm not sure whether I'd be better off using capacitors or load resistors to mitigate the hyperflash.
The concept atm, is to place bridge rec between the magneto and the battery, and then use either the caps or the load resistors in parallel between the batt and each LED.
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