Re: Did the Big 3!
The output of the alternator depends on the voltage regulator the alternator uses. Also, even with a HO alternator, a big 3 upgrade, and a good battery or two, dimming is still possible, because of the reaction speed of the voltage regulator. Temperature also plays a large role in the output voltage of the alternator. The warmer it is, outside and the temperature of the alternator, the lower the output voltage is going to be. Measure your voltage in the winter and see that it's probably well over 14 volts. Hell, my car sits at over 15 volts when I first start it up. As the alternator and engine warm up, the voltage rests at a nice 14.8 ish volts. My windows are fast as fuck when I first start my car...
Originally Posted by 95saturn
94 Caprice Classic LS: DEH-P800PRS, TS-C720PRS, MRV-F545, MRD-M1005, 2 REF-TM12.4 in 2.5 net cubes sealed; 97 Grand Cherokee TSi: CDA-9855, TS-D1720C, MRV-F345, MRD-M605, SWX-1043D in .54 net cubes sealed
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