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    Default 1960 mag powered sporty switch 6 volt to 12 volt

    i have acquired a 1960 sportster with mag on it( wich is fun ...) and i believe its 6 volt want 12 volt .... possible?

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    Yup ...

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    Change the generator and regulator to 12V units, and change the bulbs, that's it. All bolt-on. Easy.

    The Cycle Electric generator with built-in regulator would be a foolproof choice for this swap.

    Jim

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    Last edited by Dragstews; 09-30-2020 at 6:10 AM.

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    Nobody's mentioned it, so just in case you didn't know, your Magneto is totally separate from the rest of the electrical system and doesn't care whether it's 6 or 12 volt. (or 24 volt, or 110 volt ac household current.)

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