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rat32r

140A alternators kit for rbs

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Hello Andrew,

Maybe really dumb Q but will extra electrical output overload stock spec fuses?

What else will I need to upgrade to run uprated alternator safely?

Thanks mate. 

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Hello Andrew,
Maybe really dumb Q but will extra electrical output overload stock spec fuses?
What else will I need to upgrade to run uprated alternator safely?
Thanks mate. 

Personally I would run a new 8g line from alternator to battery as the factory alternator reliability issues with the connection at the main fuse block

As for pics and specs it all with my cnc man, once he is finished I will post up.
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How far away from completion are you? I’m currently looking at updating to support my new mods

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I would be 1000% down for this if i had not already commited to an ard one. The place i bought it from (pm me if you want to know) has been taking the piss really. I ordered it in November. Delays... delays... i bet it will be late at the end of this month also...

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Visited machine shop today, should have a complete batch buy end of the week.

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Just recieved this pic hot off the cnc, doesn't look much but a lot of work in it to get size,offsets, alternator rpm correct,
More pics to come when I pic up and fit
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Interested.  I'd also be interested if you have any options with higher output (150+)

You can get 150A,160A,180A,220A alternators from USA market is huge for ls engines and accessories. I saw last night 220A Alternators for $200 usd new. All you'll need is my mounting kit and your ready to roll.

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Pics of alternator all fitted upIMG_4425.thumb.jpg.3a87c9af3bb5f16c63b5dec2ad56dbee.jpgIMG_4423.thumb.jpg.9e3e9f1badc8b45b9245b3013ef72748.jpgIMG_4421.thumb.jpg.479ebdb5e02ed46ccd0f699e580fa292.jpg


I’m interested in one of the mounting brackets how much? And can they be bolted on to an rb26?

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I’m interested in one of the mounting brackets how much? And can they be bolted on to an rb26?

Yes they work on rb26
Just negotiating price with machinist to get a better price for everyone.
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Mounting Kits are going to cost $200.
If you would like a kit pm me

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The sense wire and idiot light connection is the same as factory so it plugs straight in. The power/ charge line need a bigger eyelet ring terminal fitted which is supplied or you can drill out the factory ring terminal eyelet to suit.

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Have you got any better pics like face on ? And do we need the rb alternator bracket with the bracket in your kit?

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I'll get better pic up soon. Yes you need the original top bracket so you can retain the factory belt adjustment. And no need for different belts

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Picked up my alternator kit from Rat32r yesterday. Was a pleasure doing business. I can say to anyone thinking of getting one, he was honest, knowledgeable and true to his word. The product looks the goods.
I will report back once it’s fitted to my car.
Again, thank you mate.
Here is the photos you f it out of the car for anyone interested.
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