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Old 12-09-2012, 03:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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12 volt power

Hi guys,
Quick question regarding my new to me 01 800 XC SP.
It does not have electric start nor a battery. But it apperas to have a voltage regulator which is wired above the left foot well if memory serves me correct.
The machine is wired for an electric shield. Can I assume that there is 12vlt dc power somewhere?
I am looking to wire up my Zumo 550 gps.
My machine is up at my cabin in Maine. Next time I go up got to remember to bring my volt meter.
Thanks in advance for any & all response's.
Stay safe
Ken

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It does have a regulator. It converts the 30-40VAC coming out of the engine to 12VDC. Splice off the helmet heat wire.
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Old 12-09-2012, 06:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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It does have a regulator. It converts the 30-40VAC coming out of the engine to 12VDC. Splice off the helmet heat wire.
That's what i figured!

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