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h.o alternator to fit my buick?


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akickz 
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Posted: January 17, 2008 at 3:43 PM / IP Logged  
Ok i have a 1999 buick park avenue ultra. I was told the alt puts out 120 amps. they dont make a HO alt for my car, i was trying to see if anybody knows what other HO alt would fit my stock location? if so let me know thanks.
akickz 
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anybody? it would be really helpful if someone knew . thanks.
rudydapimp 
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i would look around more before saying no one makes on. try
excessive amperage
irragi alts
dbelecttrical on ebay.
akickz 
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I really apriciate that post rudydapump. I checked those places out and they do in fact make a Ho alt for my vehicle.The thing is, what AMP alternator do I need? I've been seeing 180, 200, 220, 240, 260, 280, and even a 300. I was hoping to have my system run at 14.4V , it currently runs at 13.6V off a 125 Amp stock alt. which amp HO alt would I need?
akickz 
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Posted: January 21, 2008 at 4:41 PM / IP Logged  
scratch that I see a 180 amp and a 200 amp on irragi alternator on ebay. but on excessive amperage is says they make universal alternator from 200-300 amps.
rudydapimp 
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what are you going to be running amp wise?? model numbers would be best for this.
akickz 
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either the kicker kx2500.1 or the rockford fosgate power T40001bd pushing Six 12" alpine type-r Subs
akickz 
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Posted: January 23, 2008 at 6:00 AM / IP Logged  
excessive amperage seems to be a bit more expensive with a custom built 200 Amp HO alt for $350 shipped. and irragi alts has a 200 amp alt for $269.00 + $30.58 for shipping.

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