Was wondering if I could ship you guys my 2nd alt's bracket for mounting it in my AC position and then have you fab-up a new mounting bracket with an idler pulley on it like it is on the old one, this one's idler pulley isnt trued up perfectly and simply has been a bit of a headache and would like a solid, one-piece bracket instead that'll work better.
Also, since the saturn doesnt make jack for horsepower at idle (well, pretty much all the time lol) id prefer to have a smaller alternator than I currently have there. It's a large-case GM, "250"-amp (dont believe it) for a suburban but would probably like to go to a decent, smaller HO alternator more like 140-160 amp or somewhere along those lines.
Just looking to have a 2nd alt for a bit more juice ontop of the 225-amp in the stock location. So I would need a new alternator to go with it that'll fit those needs, just something with decent output at idle.
I'll post all of the pics I have for you to get a good picture of the bracket/positioning etc...
The bracket on with the idler pulley (actually 2 pieces, as you can see):
What id like to accomplish with the idler pulley...
When it all first went in:
I know you guys can definitely help me out with my 2nd alt but the big question is if you could make me a new bracket if I sent you my old one to go off of...? Then just make a few simple changes to allow the new alt to mount to it (ofcourse).
Thanks in advance
I love my 225-amp Mechman and cant wait to get another under the satty's hood
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