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Old 01-15-2009, 10:11 PM
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Location: Franklin, TN
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Default Got a generator today - Now a question

All this "white wire" stuff gives me a headache! I just don't want to dilute any juice to my spark, so I am planning on connecting this 12 volt generator/front/rear light kit.
The generator has two taps, "T" and "H" and if my ohmmeter is right, it appears the "T" is ground (no resistance from the "T" to the shell of the gen.
Can anybody tell me what these two letters stand for?
Also, since this generator is made for a conventional bike, I was wondering if the higher revolutions could cause the lights to burn out prematurely. Maybe I could attach a larger wheel to slow the RPS down. Anyone have any experience with this?
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