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mralternator 08-16-2013 09:30 PM

Model a alternator conversions
 
City: Raleigh
State: NC

100% NEW (Not Rebuild), Model A Generator/Alternator conversion Kit, Newer style Alternator than old 2 prong 10/12 Si type. smaller unit, Unit has increased cooling efficiency and more amperage at lower rpm. 6 Volt Positive ground or 12 Volt negative ground. includes the smallest pulley on the Market ( for increased RPM) and H bracket. easy installation. NO Need to change Amp meter, (available in any color and/or chrome) , Normal flat black , any amperage available up to 220 amps, Now if your adding that many accessory's to need 220 amps, we need to talk LOL call anytime 419-577-2341, 100% free technical information ANYTIME, L&D Becker Antique Auto Electric

Pat Martone 08-17-2013 03:16 AM

Re: Model a alternator conversions
 

Can you please provide photos?
Is your alternator built to look like a generator, like the $1000 "Genernator" made in S. CA?
I have a very nice 100 amp Wagner products 12V neg ground alternator which works great but does not look like a generator. It also makes a subtle whirring sound due to the large disc-shaped cooling fan, which makes Model A experts able to tell that I am running an alternator with my hood closed due to the alternator sound.
Thanks.

wadsies1 08-17-2013 05:33 AM

Re: Model a alternator conversions
 

How much - any photos??

mralternator 08-17-2013 07:45 AM

Re: Model a alternator conversions
 

Yes I am aware of the $1000 generator and am presently over half way in creating a MUCH MORE economical priced unit, that will be an original generator appearance,, presently we sell our 100 Amp alternator kit for $130.00 , will post photo soon

mralternator 08-17-2013 07:48 PM

Re: Model a alternator conversions
 

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Unit with pulley and all brackets required


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