Message text written by INTERNET:Brad.Kahler@141.com
>I'm not sure what purpose you're serving by setting the cutout to lower
alternator output. Seems that you might as well stick with the generator=
that case. Of course I might be misinterpreting what you're getting at
Well, I am being a bit picky. I want to have my cake and eat it too!
I want the high output of an alternator AND the ammeter AND to avoid
smoking my wiring.
My concern about a raw alternator is that it will do too good a job and
melt my wires if my battery is low. However, I want the reliability of t=
alternator. In addition, I HATE seeing my ammeter go to discharge while
I'd like to have an alternator which (I think) can maintain a reasonable
output even at low rpms. I think I can live with 20-something amps outpu=
as long as it will do it even at idle. I'd rather not re-wire my harness=
lose the charge side of my ammeter function. =
I think I can attain all these goals by limiting the alternator output...=
Maybe I am horribly wrong (probably am)!