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Alternator Revisted---Found! Chevy 105 amp alternative


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#26 subynut

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Posted 13 October 2003 - 01:57 AM

Originally posted by asavage
do you really want or need anywhere near 100A capacity? Unless you plan on arc-welding or are running some huge number of high-draw lamps, 50A is plenty.



That may be so. However, those of us that have lots of auxilary lighting and loud stereos kinda need that extra juice. Ya C what I'm sayin'? :D


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#27 calebz

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Posted 13 October 2003 - 02:05 AM

On the subject of alternator capacity: do you really want or need anywhere near 100A capacity?



The lack of easily available 100+ amp alternator was the reason I sold my stereo system and haven't installed a decent light set up.. I guess I got spoiled by the factory 115amp alt in my saab.. for daily use, 65 is fine.. but when each amplifier is pulling up to 40 amps, and there are 2 of them.. 65 just don't cut it.

Anyway.. thats the reasoning behind the interest for at least a few of us.. lights and sound




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