http://storesense1.mysuperpageshosting.com/HS13162/Detail.bok?no=610Kable said:What are my options for replacing the 60 amp alternator with something higher?
Probably not. The 3.2 V6 in the 93 Rodeo is way different from the 3.2 in the 98+ Rodeo. You'd probably have to check out Dae's links for that truck. If you have the GM 3.1 V6 your options may be better because that motor was so widely used.Kable said:so does that also mean the 90 amp 99+ alternator fits the 93's as a bolt on?
Damn son! I used to have more power than that but these subs do more than I'll ever need again. I've got em wired at 2ohms so I'm getting wicked power out of em, but for what I listen too it's overkill.pmat said:I have 1000 more watts then you, and my 90A works great for em The 90 bolts right into a older 6VD1, Wiring is basically the same. You just need two female spade connectors and some silicone.
as just a test, I wouldn't bother with a fuse or fusible link. If installed permanent, I'd consider it (I haven't put one inline yet).Kable said:does the extra wire need an amp fuse on it between the alternator and battery? Would give me a reason to use the side posts on the optima.