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    Charter Member #601 Charter Member Mr Gadgets's Avatar
    My Boats:
    1999; 28' Checkmate Convincer, 588" Dart, Procharger, MSII EFI.
    Join Date
    Dec 2000
    Holland, Mi USA.
    Well stay away from the one wire alternators. They sense the voltage right at the alternator and not at the battery. Some take a few rpms to get started, some start at an idle. With fuel injection and I believe in your case, the three wire will be much better for you.
    Call the guys at DB, they can probably help you out.
    Or give Gus a call as Scott said. A one on one with a good alternator guy is well worth the effort.

    Last edited by Mr Gadgets; 09-12-2011 at 04:44 AM.

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    My Boats:
    1984 tri-hull deck boat, 1989 Baja Force 235, 1990 Powerquest 290 enticer fx
    Join Date
    Oct 2010
    louisville, ky
    I had the alts tested today, one was good and the other was dead. That one alt is running everything, I ordered a replacement mando today for $86 bucks. 65amp hr. from db electrical

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