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Unread 01-08-2009, 01:44 PM   #1
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Default Voltage reducers

I don't want to start a debate on the pro's and con's of running a voltage reducer for 12v power. I know it is a good thing, just trying to decide if it is cost effective. What I am looking for is a recommendation of certain brands and/or sizes that would be effective. Right now I will only be running headlights and taillights around the campground, and some cool azz LEDs. I am not sure how many LEDs i will run, but they don't use much power. I have over 170 on my Harley and it runs on a 5 amp fuse. I may also add a stereo in the near future. So will I need 20 amp reducer? I can always add a 12v deep cycle for the 12v. Just adds the headache of another charger...
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Unread 01-08-2009, 03:43 PM   #2
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Default Re: Voltage reducers

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I don't want to start a debate on the pro's and con's of running a voltage reducer for 12v power. I know it is a good thing, just trying to decide if it is cost effective. What I am looking for is a recommendation of certain brands and/or sizes that would be effective. Right now I will only be running headlights and taillights around the campground, and some cool azz LEDs. I am not sure how many LEDs i will run, but they don't use much power. I have over 170 on my Harley and it runs on a 5 amp fuse. I may also add a stereo in the near future. So will I need 20 amp reducer? I can always add a 12v deep cycle for the 12v. Just adds the headache of another charger...
I saw some on Ebay for $61.99 (10 amp) and $65.00 (20 amp) recently. Personally I'd rather buy one from one of the site sponsors for $85-$100 just for the customer service if I need it, heck they might offer a discount if you mention this forum !
I'd get a 20 or 25 amp in case you decide to add more stuff down the road.
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