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lit up my 921018 with LED's

well like everyone else I want to see what I'm doing in the dark, so between the hand warmers and the stock light I decided to increase my stator to ten amps, that gave me 120 watts to play with, following the LED thread I added the needed AC/DC electronics, I changed the stock bulb to a 11 watt led then put 2 18 watt led's on the bucket. Not in the picture I added 2 10 watt led's on the lower handle bars rolled out to light up the sides. I'll add an updated picture soon. I'm happy how it turned out

11+18+18+10+10=67 watts light

40 watt hand warmers+67=107 watts

120-107=13 watts leftover
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Nice - but you left 13 watts! :>) Maybe a little rear light ..




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I'm convinced it was intentional, it's for the coco warmer
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What LED lamps are those?
There 18 watt Cree LED's, again I stuck them on the top of some 3/4 tubing to lift them off the bucket a little
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well like everyone else I want to see what I'm doing in the dark, so between the hand warmers and the stock light I decided to increase my stator to ten amps, that gave me 120 watts to play with, following the LED thread I added the needed AC/DC electronics, I changed the stock bulb to a 11 watt led then put 2 18 watt led's on the bucket. Not in the picture I added 2 10 watt led's on the lower handle bars rolled out to light up the sides. I'll add an updated picture soon. I'm happy how it turned out

11+18+18+10+10=67 watts light

40 watt hand warmers+67=107 watts

120-107=13 watts leftover
Which Briggs engine model do you have on that machine. Also, do you happen to know the part number of the flywheel, and the original stator you had on there?

I have been digging a bit to find an higher output stator for my engine, and I think there are options, but the Briggs Alternator chart is pretty outdated as to model numbers and what fits what.

I am curious if your flywheel has the same part number as mine, which would answer several questions.

Mine has a 794812 flywheel with small magnets.

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Which Briggs engine model do you have on that machine. Also, do you happen to know the part number of the flywheel, and the original stator you had on there?

I have been digging a bit to find an higher output stator for my engine, and I think there are options, but the Briggs Alternator chart is pretty outdated as to model numbers and what fits what.

I am curious if your flywheel has the same part number as mine, which would answer several questions.

Mine has a 794812 flywheel with small magnets.
it took a lot of research then a guess, my engine is 21M314-0121-E1, I think 797090 5 amp ac Alternator was original, my notes say I have the same flywheel. I basically used the engine parts sheets and the b&s alternator ID chart and matched the engine series-210000. Also note the new alternator has 4 screw holes and b&s only tapped the 2 needed for the original, so you got to tap the other 2 posts.

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