OK , As I understand it , ( bearing in mind I am no Guru ) the Versys has a 336 watts output . Which works out to be 14volts x 24 amps . Which would equal the such said 336 watts . Now , keeping in mind that max output is only given at a certain rpm ( i think it is somwhere around 5500rpm on the V ) .
Your headlights are both 55 watts and when the high beam is on both 55 watt bulbs are running . SO . With your two 55 watt accessory bulbs , and if they are on when the high beams are on , you are looking at quite a bit of draw . 220 watts roughly . Thats not counting the rest of your electrical components that are drawning power .
I would say that with all that on , you are reaching peak . If you had a Stebel air horn , and were running all that and nailed down on the air horn , it seems to me like it could really overload things . The Stebel air horn claims to draw 20 amps . SO , I would be looking at calculating your total amp draw as well . Then truly decide .
I am one to just add conspicuous lights to be seen and hope they help me see , rather than try to light up the world .
OH YEAH . A WORD OF CAUTION !!! If you have never try to see with LED lights when there is fog , I should warn you . LED lights reflect back in your face to the point of ABSOLUTE BLINDNESS , even the yellow ones . Those things might use very little power , but nothing will blind you in fog like LED . Tnugsten is the best to cut through fog with .
I know , I know , noone rides in the fog . Not on purpose anyway . LED in the rear lights is fine , but any LED on front is horribly dangerous .
Last edited by PO-SLOKE; 08-18-2008 at 09:41 AM.