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Item(s) for Sale:

 

OVERSTOCK SALE:

Chevy Cobalt, Cavalier, HHR Ecotec 270 AMP ALTERNATOR

 

 

 

Item(s) Description/Condition:

 

Sold with SELF EXCITING REGULATOR ONLY

*Does not accept factory plug / adapter

**Check engine light will show on display

***Eliminates PCM voltage control

 

 

 

Price:

 

Regularly $449 / Now $349

 

 

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

 

Shipping ranges from $15 to $25 within the lower 48 U.S. States

 

CALL 888MECHMAN EXT. 202 FOR DETAILS

 

Item Pictures:

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Builder of alternators.

 

http://www.mechman.com

865-522-6166

1-800-MECHMAN

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What fi I need to plug this in?


09 Cobalt LT

Headunit -Alpine CDA-9887

Front Stage - PHD FB 6.1 PRO SIX M/B, FB 5.1 m/b, FB 1.1b tweets

Highs amp -Pheonix Gold Xenon 100.4 & 200.4

Sub stage - 2 DC M2 LVL 5 12s

Sub amp - 2 DC 5.0Ks

Electrical - Singer 270 alt, big 3 0/1 & 12g ofc audio technix, 2 XS d3400s

Deadener - 80 mill Audiotechnix deadener

"Trunk hit hard like Kimbo Slice"

TEAM DC AUDIO

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You don't need to plug it in. Which is good, the PCM on your car limits the voltage = bad. Mine limits it around 13.8-13.9 etc.

the self exciting will turn its self on automatically when the car starts.

The only bad thing is that you will get charging error lights on the dash


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You don't need to plug it in. Which is good, the PCM on your car limits the voltage = bad. Mine limits it around 13.8-13.9 etc.

the self exciting will turn its self on automatically when the car starts.

The only bad thing is that you will get charging error lights on the dash

 

So just bolt up and connect big 3 wires and that's it?


09 Cobalt LT

Headunit -Alpine CDA-9887

Front Stage - PHD FB 6.1 PRO SIX M/B, FB 5.1 m/b, FB 1.1b tweets

Highs amp -Pheonix Gold Xenon 100.4 & 200.4

Sub stage - 2 DC M2 LVL 5 12s

Sub amp - 2 DC 5.0Ks

Electrical - Singer 270 alt, big 3 0/1 & 12g ofc audio technix, 2 XS d3400s

Deadener - 80 mill Audiotechnix deadener

"Trunk hit hard like Kimbo Slice"

TEAM DC AUDIO

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Yep that's all you need it has a "self exciting regulator" aka when it starts turning, it turns it on.


Refs:

sefugi x2, S.DeYoung, SteveMead, chillin, rebelfromva, Got160s?, JL Audio , mclerico83, and BIGJEFF64.

 

 

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item(s) for sale:

 

overstock sale:

Chevy cobalt, cavalier, hhr ecotec 270 amp alternator

 

 

 

item(s) description/condition:

 

sold with self exciting regulator only

*does not accept factory plug / adapter

**check engine light will show on display

***eliminates pcm voltage control

 

 

 

price:

 

regularly $449 / now $349

 

 

shipping and miscellaneous item information:

 

shipping ranges from $15 to $25 within the lower 48 u.s. States

 

call 888mechman ext. 202 for details

 

item pictures:

(list pictures in this section, 1st picture should be your username/date if you have less than 10 positive feedbacks with the i-trader system or less than 10 references that you have sold to in the past. (these must be listed in your signature, or a link provided to a feedback thread listing these references)).


Builder of alternators.

 

http://www.mechman.com

865-522-6166

1-800-MECHMAN

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So i guess a no go for my 03 saturn ion?? Same motor as cavi of its year..


RIP Maynard "My heart"

 

1996 Ford Explorer 4 door XLT

HU - Eclipse cd-7100 "active"

Front Stage - 2 Alphard mx60 mids- 2 Alphard mx80 mids - 4 Hertz ST25's

Front Stage amp - 2 Alphard 200.4

Subwoofer - Custom

Subwoofer Amp- Soundigital 8.8k

Box - 3.5cf tuned @ 33hz

Wiring/Electrical - 4/0awg weld, JY 79.8Ah lithium, 290&370 hair JS Alternator

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Item(s) for Sale:

 

OVERSTOCK SALE:

Chevy Cobalt, Cavalier, HHR Ecotec 270 AMP ALTERNATOR

 

 

 

Item(s) Description/Condition:

 

Sold with SELF EXCITING REGULATOR ONLY

*Does not accept factory plug / adapter

**Check engine light will show on display

***Eliminates PCM voltage control

 

 

 

Price:

 

Regularly $449 / Now $349

 

 

Shipping and Miscellaneous Item Information:

 

Shipping ranges from $15 to $25 within the lower 48 U.S. States

 

CALL 888MECHMAN EXT. 202 FOR DETAILS

 

Item Pictures:

(List pictures in this section, 1st picture should be your username/date if you have less than 10 positive feedbacks with the i-Trader system or less than 10 references that you have sold to in the past. (These must be listed in your signature, or a link provided to a feedback thread listing these references)).

 

still have these in stock? Also what can I do about the light due to inspection?


09 Cobalt LT

Headunit -Alpine CDA-9887

Front Stage - PHD FB 6.1 PRO SIX M/B, FB 5.1 m/b, FB 1.1b tweets

Highs amp -Pheonix Gold Xenon 100.4 & 200.4

Sub stage - 2 DC M2 LVL 5 12s

Sub amp - 2 DC 5.0Ks

Electrical - Singer 270 alt, big 3 0/1 & 12g ofc audio technix, 2 XS d3400s

Deadener - 80 mill Audiotechnix deadener

"Trunk hit hard like Kimbo Slice"

TEAM DC AUDIO

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