This is a discussion on second battery within the Audio, Lighting and Electrical forums, part of the General Discussions category; No spec tread but I know from research the output is around 35-36A DC on the Gen 1, the weather proof storage on the Gen ...
No spec tread but I know from research the output is around 35-36A DC on the Gen 1, the weather proof storage on the Gen 1 is not suitable for battery through that waterproof cover either. Must an x series upgrade for it, all the owners who have done it are in the X group. The regulator is a shunt type regulator, which is burning off unused power as heat if its not used. I haven't seen a marine switch mentioned but likely a good idea to have manual control of which battery you're loading up. Leaving the other unaffected.
2017 Wolverine RSPec SEBelleville, Ont. Canada
>4000 km and going April 2020BearClaw HTR 27 inch tires
Aluminum Under armor
Yamaha Warn 3500lb Winch & Synthetic rope
LED Headlights, Yellow Light Bar
Made a 2nd batter kit for my 2019 x2. Cost me $60 Can. For digital battery isolators ends etc. Salvage a battery mount and battery out of a wreaked car and butchered some good battery cables. Did a bunch of other electrical stuff including adding a auxiliary fuse panel and relay at same time. I run a 12volt sprayer and a small 12volt grass spreader so I wanted extra capacity.
2019 Yamaha x2 se r-spec
Mods mostly home made for farm use
2009 550 grizzly (best atv I ever owned)
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