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Default 200A Iraggi Alternator CS130D case from my old Accord- CHEAP

1. Product:
Iraggi built CS130D case 200A alternator.


2. Specs:
100A idle
200A max
CS130D case alternator. Was on my 93 Honda Accord.

3. Description/Condition:
This guy has been sitting in my garage for the last 4 years since I sold my 93 Accord. I would like to see it have a new home.

It is a CS130D case alternator that does 200A max/100A idle.

To go back on the Accord it would need a few washers as a spacer and a small metal tab made...I may or may not still have these.

I do not know what all this alternator would fit...but being a GM style case I imagine it could fit on a number of cars.


4. Price: :
$125 plus shipping from zip 28086


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Spacer washers and mounting tab found to work on a Honda F23 engine...maybe others.
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Bumpy bump.

Need to sell.
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how relieable was this alt?
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I never had an issue with it. I took it off of the car a few months before I got rid of it (which I should have taken the wheels and Katskin leather/suede out too).

And it's not priced so crazy that a rebuild if you wanted to be ultra safe would break you.

I simply don't have any use for it what so ever...it won't fit my IS300.
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Got you back.

Ok, just took the alternator to Advanced Auto and had it tested. Everything was fine except it failed the I/F terminal test. Which, I think means it would need a new regulator. From what I can tell, online regulators are about $30.

IF you wanted to use this on a single wire hookup, you would need to change the regulator pack.

The guys at Advanced cross referenced this alt to a 96 S-10 Blazer with the 4.3 in it. Which when putting a new thermostat in my dad's 99 S-10 with a 4.3, the alts looked the same.

So, I can either do a couple of things...I can call my local alternator shop and have them replace the regulator and eat the cost once it's paid for. Or I can knock a few bucks off of the price and the buyer replace the regulator locally when they receive it.

Like I said, this guy had been sitting in my garage for a while and wanted to make sure it was everything I said it was when selling it...so no one would have any surprises. And that's what I found out about her.
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And if you wanted to have the shizzle, convert it to external regulator and external diode pack.
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Bump from the dead. Several local buyers giving me the run around. Need this gone.

I don't know what all this will fit.
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Bump before heading to the dump
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