I WAS JUST WONDERING IF LED BULBS WOULD WORK BETTER AT IDLE THAN STANDARD BULBS SINCE THEY REQUIRE LESS CURRENT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Leds could work well.
the lighting coils are separate.
and provide what, ? something like 25 or 30 watts at 6 volts AC... at 3000 rpms?
the devil is in the details.
LEDs are diodes, so only pass power in One Direction.
stock LED vehicle bulbs are almost always wired for DC. ... with a polarity.
wired in strings that function positive or negative .. so pick your poison.
...there are also a few Universal LEDs, that are polarity-neutral and have internal circuitry
to 'rectify' wiring for either positive or negative.
to run a dc LED bulb.
the lighting circuit would need to be rectified and a 6 volt zener added.... or a 6 volt rec/reg added.
then the lighting is run 6v led DC, without a battery, or maybe with a capacitor
a custom LED string could be wired directly to AC
with half the string positive, the other half negative. .. the length of the diode string
would determine its voltage drop and some amount of resistor added
and then, ac voltage spikes at high RPMs may need to be addressed with a pair of clipper diodes
to keep voltage in an LED friendly range.
or, a universal DC -LED, containing its own internal rectifier. .. may work directly off the AC stator
and no, I haven't tried any of this.