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Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Thu Dec 23, 2010 5:17 pm
by chozian

Re: Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Wed Jan 19, 2011 11:08 am
by chozian

Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle - 12V to 18V Upgrade

Re: Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:21 pm
by AUSSIE DARREN
I love the look of the red Harley ! It looks like you live in a nice quiet street too. I remember reading on the old site that Harley’s are well known for tipping over when turning so at 18v there’s even more chance but we owned a Harley for about 10 months & I think it only tipped over once.

Re: Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:23 pm
by AUSSIE DARREN
I love the look of the red Harley are they special edition ride boots :lol: ! It looks like you live in a nice quiet street too. I remember reading on the old site that Harley’s are well known for tipping over when turning so at 18v there’s even more chance but we owned a Harley for about 10 months & I think it only tipped over once.

Re: Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Wed Jan 19, 2011 2:30 pm
by chozian
AUSSIE DARREN wrote:I love the look of the red Harley are they special edition ride boots :lol: ! It looks like you live in a nice quiet street too. I remember reading on the old site that Harley’s are well known for tipping over when turning so at 18v there’s even more chance but we owned a Harley for about 10 months & I think it only tipped over once.


In regards to the boots, :lol: . Unfortunately, those boots have since worn out. He now has "firefighter" boots that look similar. Yeah, our street is pretty quiet for the most part. My son has tipped over the Harley once so far. Since then, he's been careful not to let it happen again. I think it really scared him when it happened. Hah! Thankfully, he wasn't physically hurt.

Re: Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Tue Jun 03, 2014 9:35 am
by rlevandoski
I just picked up a similar PW. I want to eliminate the 2 6 volt batteries and go to 1 12 volt battery. Do you know if there is a way to keep the high low switch working still?

thanks
ryan

Re: Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Sun Jun 08, 2014 9:06 am
by chozian
rlevandoski wrote:I just picked up a similar PW. I want to eliminate the 2 6 volt batteries and go to 1 12 volt battery. Do you know if there is a way to keep the high low switch working still?

thanks
ryan


Take a look at viewtopic.php?f=40&t=2524. It may meet your needs.

Re: Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Mon Aug 28, 2017 4:49 pm
by Nanotank
I have a quick question about your 12/18v modification. when you say "I disconnected the negative wire on the high/low switch that goes to the 12V battery. This prevents the 6V and 12V from being put in parallel, which would be a bad thing." can you take a picture or show me on a diagram what negative wire you disconnected? Do you mean the actual negative lead from the battery? i have tried a few different options but it results in no power to the motor or the neg wire starts to heat up, big no go there. Thank you in advance!

Re: Project: chozian's 12V PW Red Harley-Davidson Motorcycle

PostPosted:Tue Oct 10, 2017 7:15 pm
by chozian