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  1. #1
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    Default Speed Inc ALT. RELOCATION KIT

    We have had these available for some time now, but recently where able to greatly reduce costs.

    The bracket it is a CNC'd billet piece which is polished and includes quality stainless hardware. This kit really makes for a very simple install. The bracket also acts as a the tensioner which helps clean things up.

    NOTE:

    -The stock LS alternator will not work with this kit.

    -The belt is not included in this kit.

    The alternator we designed the kit around is 110 amps.

    We have used this kit on many conversion cars as well as 4th Gen F-bodys with great results over other known brackets with belt issues.

    Reg price is $349.99 shipped


    Sale price is $329.99 shipped

    We have these on the shelf and ready for immediate shipping.



    please email Tom or I

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    What size belt would you use?
    1970 Pontiac Pro-Touring Trans Am LS1 550hp

    Build thread:
    http://www.pro-touring.com/showthread.php?50475

    73 TA 4 spd #'s match red/white = in restoration Hell since 1997
    04 GTO = burned up :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdoggy81
    What size belt would you use?
    it would need to be measured since it depends on the following..

    PS pulley
    crank pulley
    no PS
    etc

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    looks good. I'm assuming that you just pull the alt tight against the belt and that elongated hole is to allow this?
    Trey

    "The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese."
    ~ Jon Hammond

    1979 WS6 Trans Am stock LT1/T56 drive train out of my Formula. BMW M-parallel rims. C5/C6 brakes

    build thread http://www.pro-touring.com/showthrea...ghlight=begins

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    The bracket is designed so that it acts as a manual tensioner.

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    These are on the shelf and can be shipped same day if needed.

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    Does this include the alt also? If not what application does the alt come from?
    Tim Tracy
    68 Camaro 496 / T56 - Never Finished
    68 Camaro Real Z/28 - Under Restoration
    67 Camaro Project - Never going to have time

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    The kit includes the alternator and pigtail along with the bracket and hardware. We will still honor the $329.99 shipped if order by the end of Dec.

    thanks for looking

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    Thanks Larry. Is this a readily available alt should it fail in the future?
    Tim Tracy
    68 Camaro 496 / T56 - Never Finished
    68 Camaro Real Z/28 - Under Restoration
    67 Camaro Project - Never going to have time

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    Also, what is the output of it as well?
    1970 Pontiac Pro-Touring Trans Am LS1 550hp

    Build thread:
    http://www.pro-touring.com/showthread.php?50475

    73 TA 4 spd #'s match red/white = in restoration Hell since 1997
    04 GTO = burned up :(

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    yes.. it is a readily available

    The output is 105, but we are also working on a higher amp unit, but not sure on the ETA.

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    105 should be enough for a stock system + 1 mid/high amp & 1 sub amp for 2 10's. I'm going to put a big cap on the sub amp too so that would help as well. What do you think???
    1970 Pontiac Pro-Touring Trans Am LS1 550hp

    Build thread:
    http://www.pro-touring.com/showthread.php?50475

    73 TA 4 spd #'s match red/white = in restoration Hell since 1997
    04 GTO = burned up :(

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    yes..I think you will be fine. We run these on cars with stand alone ECU's, dual fuel pumps, aftermarket coils etc with no issues.



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