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    Vital Power alternators

    anyone use the VP alternators from addictive audio? they seem to be the best deal for my vechile- as long as there good quality. its between singer, tenney and these.
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    Re: Vital Power alternators

    meh on all 3 of your choices. Put names in a hat and pick one....




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    Re: Vital Power alternators

    meh? you have any suggestions? since the original thread i contacted excessive amperage- $440- 230A and Ohio generator- there computers were down.
    But i made a deal with a addictive audio dealer last night, some im getting a 220A for short money.




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    Re: Vital Power alternators

    You get what you pay for with electrical typically. There's a reason other brands cost more money and are more popular.



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    Re: Vital Power alternators

    when it comes to HO alts, short money = don't expect much

    I've seen too many cheap alts and some expensive ones fail over and over or perform a fuzz better then a stocker




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    Re: Vital Power alternators

    No, it sells for just as much as a singer or excessive amperage, but i was able to make a deal with a guy i know.
    its odd though my car has the original alt with 90K miles- my wifes got 140K on hers. HO needeing to stuff too much in a small case?




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