Powermaster Performance announces compact, powerful alternator.

Powermaster Performance announces compact, powerful alternator.

This 100mm Denso-style alternator

weighs 6.4 pounds, delivers 35amps at idle with 75 amps peak, making it ideal for traditional hot rods, circle track and many drag race cars.

With a Denso-style housing exclusive to Powermaster and its ability to mount directly in place of a lower output 93mm model, this 100mm alternator is available with a V-belt pulley in natural or polished finishes as well as in a durable black coating without a pulley. Powermaster also offers several low mounting bracket assemblies for small- and big-block Chevrolet engines as well as for 9in and Quick Change rear ends.

♦ Lightweight 100mm Denso-style housing weighs less than 6.5lb

♦ Efficient design produces 35 amps at idle, 75 amps at high rpm

♦ One-wire connection for a clean, simple installation

♦ Machined mounting points for perfect alignment and a complete ground path

 

XS Volt 100mm Denso for 12-16 Volt Systems

For racers running 16-volt batteries, Powermaster also offers an XS Volt version of the new 100mm alternator. The XS Volt 100mm model features a unique voltage control system that allows the voltage output to be adjusted from 13.5-18.5. This feature enables racers to run their electronics at full operating voltage, which is important for ignition systems and fuel pumps. Adjustments are made through an easily accessible potentiometer.

  Natural w/ Pulley Polished w/ Pulley Black w/o Pulley
100mm Denso Alternator 8173 28163 8163
XS Volt 100mm Denso 8174 28164 8164

If you have any questions about the new 100mm Denso-style alternator or other Powermaster alternators and starters contact JR Richmond at jrichmond@powermasterperformance.com (630-957-4019).

PowerMasterPerformance.com

 

1 Comment

  1. I have been using Denzo for over 15 years. They are lighter. I use one for a small fork lift truck – puts out small amperage so it dosen’t load the circuit and it puts out just enough to keep the MSD working. I buy them for $110.00. When it stops working I either replace the board, fix it if can, or throw it away.

    Reply

Leave a Reply to gregory kozuhowski Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *