Am I looking for trouble if I go with too high a resistance and/or small wire gage? Toying with the "Estimating Output" worksheet, I like the nice flat curve well above stock output, of lots of windings on more but not all poles. For example, if I keep the same 20AWG wire, looks like I can fit 84 winds per pole. If I do that over seven poles, my watts from 1500-8000 are 109-131 Watts, nice flat curve, so I get nice bright lights at idle, but don't have to shunt as much power at higher revs, relative to other winding schemes out there. Of course I could be missing something. Even if only 75 winds per pole across the seven, I get 105W at 1500rpm, and still top out at about 130W. Am I missing something, maybe the thin wire overheating, or might this be a very nice setup?