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Old 06-19-2011, 09:39 PM   #1
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The bracket pictured is painted red so that it stands out against the engine.

All of the kits are powder coated semi gloss silver and can be powder coated different colors for an additional price.


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TRUCK ALTERNATOR FITMENT

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GM CS130 ALTERNATOR FITMENT

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looks like a nice unit
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Does this clear a stock hood?
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Fiiiiiiinally a reasonably priced relocation bracket. Looks great.
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Absolutely!
It clears the stock hood.
This kit is a dream to install guys.
Less than 45 min
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Looks great - I'm guessing it's steel?

Everything in the pics is so clean! (My alternator looks like it sat in a puddle of dirty water for a few years.)
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yes it is steel
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The cool thing about this is you don't have to buy anything else, it's a turn key kit.
Not special alternator to buy no plugs to buy and wire in no trips to the parts store
hoping they have the right belt, nothing. Open the box and get to work!!!
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Looks great, as I expected. Can't wait to get mine.
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Nice piece for sure. I may need a glossy black one from you in the near future.
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will this clear aftermarket fuel rails?
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It sure will.
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Here is a pic of the clearance you have with a stock fuel rail.
You will have to use a 90* fitting but there's is ton of clearance.
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Chris painted this one red so it would contrast well with the rest of the motor
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They are all going to be powder coated semi gloss silver metallic.
This matches the aluminum water pump and heads to a "T".

Other colors are extra.
We are powder coating these in house in large batches.

The extra cost is to cover gun clean up and the experience of running the oven for one part.

It's not a good idea to bake multiple colors at the same time.

The colors will contaminate each other.

You will have black specs in your silver and silver specs in your black.

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Doesn't look bad, I might have to order one, my setup isn't the most reliable. You should include pics of one in the final color, Fully installed.
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Is it going to fit the higher Amp LS1 truck alternator in F-body?

That would be amazing.
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I need 1!
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gonna be needing one in a week or two when I start tearing into my car
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ill need one as well.
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Looks nice. I will be ordering one very soon.

Has this been tested on the street or track for any belt throwing issues?
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