With led’s using less than 25-percent of a regular bulb, you would have to have a Christmas tree lit up for it to affect the alternator. Now police bikes are a different story.
This is something while true needs to be watched.
First in most states you can have only a set number of forward facing lights on at one time.
Second we are talking huge Lumen numbers here. A set of Clear Your Wallet Sevina's will use 11.8 amps to run, 70 watts each which is 5.86 amps.
I am not a fan of blinding lights and not a fan of Clear Your Wallet lights at all. I was forced to ride in front of an idiot with them and could not use my rear mirrors without being blinded.
I also experienced down right dishonesty and was lied to my face at a Rally when I had written proof they were full of shit.
You guys that run them I see it, as they are a good light for sure. Just way to over priced no matter how much money you have in the bank.
I see some guys needing them but most of the ones I see are on pristine bikes, with pristine crash bars and they are just like look at me, just like a rev twitching open exhaust at a red light.
And remember if your looking to be seen blinding someone is not the way, try yellow lens. It is a fact it is yellow light is more effective then white lights in getting peoples attention to be seen.
I use Danali D4 and they are a mixed optic light, both distance and side by using optic lens to direct the light. Not cheap but cheaper then Clear Your Wallet, and they have been rock steady in performance. A lot of great lights out there so shop around.
Run what you need to and suits your needs. But please aim them correctly so you are not blinding anyone and err on the low side of aiming as you cant blind the ground, but you can the on coming driver who may end up in your lane because he could not see because of your blinding lights.