Ford Flathead PowerGEN 90 Amp Strap Mount Alternators
Powermaster 82021 Features:
What is the most powerful alternator?
- The Powermaster 82021, a Powergen strap mount alternator, is known for its impressive power output, making it one of the most powerful alternators available.
What is the voltage of the alternator on the Powermaster?
- The Powermaster 82021 alternator operates at a standard 12-volt electrical system, delivering reliable and consistent power for your vehicle's electrical needs.
Do I need a voltage regulator with a 1-wire alternator?
- No, the Powermaster 82021 is a 1-wire alternator, eliminating the need for an external voltage regulator. It simplifies installation while providing efficient power generation.
What is the maximum rpm for a Powermaster alternator?
- Refer to the Powermaster manual for specific RPM recommendations. The Powermaster 82021 is designed to handle the demands of high-performance applications with ease.
Would I be able to use oem single wire from the generator Or is the new wire and gage I should also replace when upgrading to this application
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