Easily Convert your Standard GM Alternator to 100 AMP High-Output
We put this kit together so you can easily convert your 1971-1986 GM Delcotron 10S1 alternator to a clean and contemporary one wire connection. Kit contains a new voltage regulator, brush holder, diode trio, bearings, hardware, and instructions.
JEGS Unique Charging Feature
|A one-wire alternator has a turn-on point (sometimes called "cut in", which is typically about 1200 engine RPM). We have developed rotor poles and stator stacks that carry a higher magnetism thus providing an instant regulator cut-in without engine acceleration. All of our 1-wire alternators and 1-wire alternator conversions are manufactured with this exclusive low cut in feature at 880 engine RPM which is much lower than any other alternator (of its type) sold. This is the speed where the internal sense circuitry connects the battery to the voltage regulator, thereby turning the alternator on. Once the voltage regulator turns on, the alternator will remain on and charging until the engine comes to a complete stop.|
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