they'll draw 9 to 10 amps if my memory of ohms law is currect, so it depends how much spare amperage the stator has. Could be a bit marginal as I imagine the headlamp to be 55 amps. you will be trebling the lighting draw at the front......Steve
I would think occasional use only. Maybe someone else has a similar set up and will be able to speak from their experience.
On other bikes of mine I have been able to improve headlight performance by using the main and dip feeds to the bulb to operate relays. These then switch a fused heavy duty "Live" feed from the battery direct to the headlight. It's surprising how much power you loose due to the resistance in the original thin cable and via the switches and connectors etc. This gives the added benefit of improving dip as well as full beam.
The problem with adding extra driving lamps is that they need to go off when dip is engaged. If the dip beam is already not too good then the contrast is very dramatic. 165 watt main beam to about 50 watt dip.
A lot of people like to fit the auxilary lights for cosmetic reasons and occasional use and are happy with that...Steve
:waving:Two 55 watt driving lights would draw 9.166 amps which exceeds what the accessory terminal is rated at which is a max of 60 watts which equals 5 amps. So thetwo 55 watt driving lights would definitely overload the system.
I bought a pair of these lights (55 watt) on sale, at HARBOR FREIGHT. For $7.00.. Most accessory catalogs wind up in my home trash can. Have cosistently found accessories locally for much less money than listed in catalogs. And no shipping!. Not only do i squeak while walking. i also "whistle" while i pee. :dude: