Regulator cut-out relay - Open: 6 - 9 amps reverse current Current Regulator (amps): 28-32 Voltage Regulator (volts): 14.6 - 15.4 with 5 amp load at 75 degF ambient Starter motor free running speed: 4500 rpm (85 amps, 12.0 volts) Starter motor lock torque: 15.5 min ft-lbs (550 amps, 5.0 volts)
This means that your system wants to be supplied a constant 43.75 amps. Generally, 50% of a car alternator's output rating is available for aftermarket usage. Half of 160 is 80, you need 43.75 - I think you'll be okay without needing a high-output alternator.
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My second question is can I replace my 145 amp with the 160 amp? All the 145's are remans and the 160's are new and I'd rather put on a new as as opposed to a reman unit. Re: Alternator question - I think I need a new one
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Looking at swapping out the factory alternator with the higher amperage one. A local boneyard has one for a decent price. Only thing I am seeing is that the clock position of the 105 amp one on the parts sites says 12:00 and the 145 amp one claims 11:30.
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