Natural Finish 140 AMP
JEGS 1-Wire Alternators:
One-wire alternators have a turn-on point (sometimes called "cut in"), typically about 1200 engine RPM. JEGS has developed rotor poles and stator stacks that carry a higher magnetism to provide an instant regulator "cut in" without engine acceleration. Our 1-wire alternators are manufactured with an exclusive low "cut in" of 880 engine RPM, which is much lower than any other alternator of its type. This is the speed where the internal sense circuitry connects the battery to the voltage regulator and turns on the alternator. Once the voltage regulator engages, the alternator will stay on and charge until the engine stops completely.
- 1-Wire Hook Up
- Low RPM Charge Output
- Internal Regulator
- 6-Rib Serpentine Belt Pulley with Cooling Fan
I would like to install this on my 87 Monte Carlo SS. Will this fit in place of the stock unit? It already has a serpentine style belt.
Will this fit my 90 chevy silverado c1500 with 5.7? Wanting to change it to 1 wire 140 amp but can't seem to get answer on what one will fit. I think it's a 10si but not for sure
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