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I had this on my dodge 4.7L engine for car audio competitions. Brand new the alternator was $600 and the adjustable voltage regulator was $200 (never used). I don't even have my dodge anymore but I figure maybe someone around here on the boards needs a new alt, or just wants a big bad one.

I don't have a pic on my work computer to upload, but there is a pic on my clist ad. Check it out.
http://chicago.craigslist.org/sox/bar/3438144694.html
 

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I had this on my dodge 4.7L engine for car audio competitions. Brand new the alternator was $600 and the adjustable voltage regulator was $200 (never used). I don't even have my dodge anymore but I figure maybe someone around here on the boards needs a new alt, or just wants a big bad one.

I don't have a pic on my work computer to upload, but there is a pic on my clist ad. Check it out.
http://chicago.craigslist.org/sox/bar/3438144694.html
So what did you replace the durango with? And you still bangin out killer audio setups or did that stop too since the lack of any competitions in this area anymore?

I remember when you had those Autotek 4000 watt amps and 4 15's in a wall. This was several years ago, back around 2003ish.
 

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Will the use of the regulator cause a check engine light or as long as it sees voltage its good?
Honestly, not a clue. I ordered it and never ended up even using it.


So what did you replace the durango with? And you still bangin out killer audio setups or did that stop too since the lack of any competitions in this area anymore?

I remember when you had those Autotek 4000 watt amps and 4 15's in a wall. This was several years ago, back around 2003ish.
Haha!! Yes! I miss that :) I got rid of my last system almost a year ago, I had a civic hatch with 2 15s doing a 150.x
 
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