I have a Denso 50 amp mini alternator .right now while running it only puts out 11,85 volts..is there anyone that i can send it to to up the amps and get it to put out at least 12-13 volts?
There are very, very few drag cars that a mini alternator will have enough output for. Pretty much a fan and fuel pump will be too much for them at idle. Really pisses me off that the companies that sell them dont mention that to potential customers. Work well for circle track cars, as they mostly just have ignition to worry about. Sorry for the news too.Thanks Ray for the reply,,not what i wanted to hear though...LOL.
i hate to think of having to change up a bunch of stuff.
If the EFI system has a good 'injector voltage curve' scale, that shouldn't happen. Actually, voltage itself, shouldn't be dropping either.what you have to watch is that the EFI systems have a low voltage correction. If your voltage drops below X it will automatically add X amount of fuel.
Only deal now is the new alternator has a serpentine pulley, and I need to find a V-groove pulley to fit it. I'll have to measure the shaft size.