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PostPosted: Mon Oct 06, 2008 8:51 pm 
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Options to go with

http://www.roadlessgear.com/page/RGL/CTGY/E = Bracket $38.00


http://stores.ebay.ca/adventure-off-roa ... idZ2QQtZkm = Kit


http://www.zukikrawlers.com/showthread. ... 82b&t=2648 Fabrication 1-6 pages


http://bbs.zuwharrie.com/content?topic=89199.0


http://www.extreme4wheelin.com/tech/alt ... s/tech.htm


The highest amp alternator which should fit your stock mounts is one from a company named Denso, here are the specs: Denso Alternator
1999-2005 Suzuki Grand Vitara 85 amp - Remanufactured
80 Amp w/ 4-Groove Pulley


it's a gm cs130 alternator get's 40-50 amps @ idle 1000rpm or so

This alternator has to be installed from the top :evil:
1.remove intake tube
2. remove tb,lower bracket,remove alternator bolts bracket.
3. it's gonna be close to the wiper motor an proportion valve just wiggle it through,install lower bracket,slide the bolt through,put belt on,adjust and reinstall everything.

1. Get a 3cyl=1.0 or 4cyl 1.3 G13B,G16A,G16B Block 1995-2001 Alternator bracket with thee "Black" circle through the bracket.

2. Grind, cut it a way from base plate thats tighten to the engine,move it over by the curved end further over to the right,reweld it back in that position,or get a bracket from here http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Suzuki-S ... dZViewItem

3.Install with new longer bottom bolt,lock washers...etc

4.Wire it up "white" goes to the back of the alternators threaded screw"10mm" Bolt 1.25,reloop red alternator wire to the threaded bolt with 10 gauge ring,on my mk2-mk4 cut & attach 10 gauge ring to "IG" "Black With White strip" wire, Next splice Brown "L" Wire from alternator harness to "white wire with red strip" solder or tape together with "black eletrical" tape.

5.Check charging with voltmeter or battery/charg Tester

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 12:45 am 
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Just a thought to ponder. Last week my alternator went on my 87 sprint Turbo, 1.0 Liter. I was wanting to get a boosted alternator since I am running an HHO Cell in the car so I talked to a company called CON REL in Guilderland NY. They build and rebuild alternators, starters, ect. . . They build me one that fit with the right plug and pulley. 115-120 amps / $129. I was pretty happy. They also said that there is a Mitsubishi alternator (75 amps/$89) that interchanges with the sprint alternator (55 amp/$190). Copy and pasted this www.con-rel.com if you want to find them on the internet. Hope this helps. Otto


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 1:07 am 
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thanks go with more amps i used to have a 1985 sprint 3cyl years ago! :lol:


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