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On your ext. alternator, do any of you get a turbo type sound? Just curious. I actually like the sound. Comes in about 3000 rpm. I have that mini-Denso off Ebay. Supposed to be 55 amp, but I seriously dbt. it. Probably more like 45.
 

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Bob, do you have a link to the one on EBay? Also is it possible to see a picture of your setup? Thanks. :D
 

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Hi, Eamonn. I don't have any pictures, But this might help.

http://home.comcast.net/~rkekeis/Alternator/alternator.htm

Here's Pictures of another setup. I'm running a v-belt set-up, and a little larger crank pulley. It's a 3 3/4 inch smog pulley, I think off a Chrysler vehicle. I got so many pulleys at wrecking yard, I lost track of what was what. Also, I didn't have to cut the upper frame tube. I heat-formed an adjuster bracket, and clamped that to the tube piece that is cut out in the Poorboy setup. Works good. This is on a LTD, which is tougher to do, cause of the TPS sensor position.

http://beta.communities.msn.co.uk/ClassicWingSIG/gl1200alternator.msnw

Here's the Ebay link for alt. It's a single lower ear. Makes it a little easier to do the job. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=7971954029&category=33573&sspagename=WDVW
 

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That's a very neat setup. I've seen a couple running and didn't notice any extra noise over the usual racket that the GL1200 makes.
 
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