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kamberkash 
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Posted: June 20, 2007 at 1:05 AM / IP Logged  

can any one refer me to a good brand of alternator? i woud prefer it to fit in its factory  location. just trying to do a little research on any good brand. i have already found a 200 amp ac delco alternator, but im not sure if its any good or not.

kicker guy 
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I like iraggi alts.... hes got a store on ebay. Iraggi Alternators. Im not a Ebay fan but I like them
hustlin247 
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what vehicle are you installing into?
'94 Ford Explorer / Kenwood KVT-815DVD / RF Power T1682C 6x8 (all doors) / RF Power T10001 / 12" Kicker L5 (x4) / Optima Yellow Top Battery
Aruman 
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Ohio Gen very good Alts but pricey
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kamberkash 
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hustlin247 wrote:
what vehicle are you installing into?

i have a 2000 pontiac bonneville se without the supercharger.

kamberkash 
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ok, so i've been researching alternators and i have found some pretty scarry stuff.  http://www.zena.net/htdocs/alternators/alt_inf2.shtml#AltSizeCalc <------  this website here is implying that is is quite difficult to replace a stock alternator (well not actually difficult, but there are quite a bit of things to consider).  what is the likelyhood that going with a high output alt will actually damage the cars computer? or anything else for that matter?  if i understand it correctly, the electrical components in my car only use as much current as they need, so having an extra  say -95 amps - shouldnt hurt anything, right?   then it goes into talking about batteries being charged etc..    this is very complicated!   what do i need to look for in a battery if i go with a 200 amp alternator - charging wise? (i realize there wont be 200 amps available all the time just at certain engine speeds)  any help or knowledge would greatly be appreciated here.   thanks in advance.

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