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CrowHorse GM alt+1600

CrowHorse, did you get that GM alt to work on your 1.6L engine? What problems did you encounter, if any? Did you find the proper length belt? Thinking about doing the same in my Tracker/Sidekick.

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Re: CrowHorse GM alt+1600

I haven't installed it as of yet. I still need to get a micro v pulley for the GM alternator. Looks like that will be one of my spring projects.... I'll keep you posted...


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I have the Petroworks GM Alternator on my zuk (has a 1.6L). I had to modify it to work - but it did work OK. (I do not remember off hand exactly what I changed other than the belt and removing that little fan - caused clearance problems.)

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Re: CrowHorse GM alt+1600

Removed the fan on the front of the alternetor??????Has it burnt up yet?Delcotron's need the cooling fan

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Re: CrowHorse GM alt+1600

Glenn from RRO had said that I would have to cut off a "boss" from the block to allow the bracket to mount right. I haven't taken a look, but it doesn't seem like a dremel with a cutting wheel couldn't handle.... I'm still trying to locate a pulley (micro "v") for the GM alternator.....

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Hasn't fried out yet.......(wow, I wish I knew that before I removed it) - oh well, so far so good

I did not have to cut away anything though - just had to rig how it mounted up.......

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