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Old 07-17-2007, 11:12 PM
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Need a alt. relocation bracket to install on pass. side. Anyone have one or know where I can purchase one for my 02. Any pics of other setups would be helpful if I need to get one made. Thanks.
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Old 07-17-2007, 11:18 PM
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Didnt that Ebay kit come with all the parts necessary?? You might want to call PTK. I'm sure you can buy one from them. Just dont tell them its a knock off of their kit..They probably wouldn't be to willing to help.

Or, ask one of our resident engineers. They might be able to "Copy" another one and send it to you..
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Old 07-17-2007, 11:28 PM
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It came with a couple of brackets but I have tried to figure out their intentions and decided to scrub them. I'm going with a different alt. and it's the PTK version. Everything is installed, just waiting for a solution to the alternator. Thanks for the info.
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how did the kit fit overall?
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how did the kit fit overall?
Kit fit fine. I had the headers coated by Chris at FX and he told me they were very competent welds and the material was 321 Stainless. He was impressed with the quality of them, all things considered. Most of the pics are on LS1tech. I will be posting pics here soon on My Photos. Only problem is the alternator relocation. Should have that corrected soon. Exhaust lined right up and no problems bolting everything in place.
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Originally Posted by candapifer View Post
Kit fit fine. I had the headers coated by Chris at FX and he told me they were very competent welds and the material was 321 Stainless. He was impressed with the quality of them, all things considered. Most of the pics are on LS1tech. I will be posting pics here soon on My Photos. Only problem is the alternator relocation. Should have that corrected soon. Exhaust lined right up and no problems bolting everything in place.



oh ok i saw your thread over there.... is the kit completly bolted on now? like with oil feed and return?
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oh ok i saw your thread over there.... is the kit completly bolted on now? like with oil feed and return?

Yes. Just waiting to re-mount Pass. side turbo after install of Alternator.
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Old 07-18-2007, 04:39 PM
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ttt. No one running a twin top mount turbo kit?
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pm tom ulrich or call jim @ haltech
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Thanks Nick. Would you happen to have any pictures of your mounting bracket/alternator as it is installed on your C5. Mine is a 02 and Will Istill beable to use the stock alternator?
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Originally Posted by candapifer View Post
Thanks Nick. Would you happen to have any pictures of your mounting bracket/alternator as it is installed on your C5. Mine is a 02 and Will Istill beable to use the stock alternator?
OH NO!


call 770 775 5303 ask for alex and get nd120
as far as bracket pm tom ulrich as he may have a spare bracket laying around
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thanks Nick..

I agree call alex....the ND110 (120amps) is what Halltech used. I have a brand new chromed halltech billet alt bracket.....see pics on my for sale thread..

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thanks Nick..

I agree call alex....the ND110 (120amps) is what Halltech used. I have a brand new chromed halltech billet alt bracket.....see pics on my for sale thread..

tom
Thanks for the info. I just can't go the 4 bills+ for the alternator at this time. If anyone has any suggestions using the stock alternator, feel free to chime in.
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I made some brackets for the PTK alternator...I can post some pics in a few minutes....I can have some cut for you....but it will require some clearancing,

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Originally Posted by Tomulrich View Post
I made some brackets for the PTK alternator...I can post some pics in a few minutes....I can have some cut for you....but it will require some clearancing,

Tom

Great. LB has a PTK alternator as a spare since he bought the chrome one from you. I could have really used that . I will keep posted on your response. If this doesn't work out, do you know of anyone looking tosella similar alternator that will fit the halltech bracket. Also, is the halltech braket for the passenger side and will it place the alternator far enough away from the top mount turbo header?
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Here are the pics. Custom made brakets...will work with stock tensioner (mild clearancing neccesary). Extra pulley is due to the smaller Evans water pump pulley...not needed for stock pump pulley. Alternator is 160 amp output at 250 degrees. Race Proven ND150...made for high performance applications...nascar..etc. 500-600 for the alternator. My brackets will also fit the PTK alternator that comes with the kit..

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Originally Posted by Tomulrich View Post
Here are the pics. Custom made brakets...will work with stock tensioner (mild clearancing neccesary). Extra pulley is due to the smaller Evans water pump pulley...not needed for stock pump pulley. Alternator is 160 amp output at 250 degrees. Race Proven ND150...made for high performance applications...nascar..etc. 500-600 for the alternator. My brackets will also fit the PTK alternator that comes with the kit..

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Tom, If I go with the halltechbracket and a ND120 will I have to do any other mods. Plan on using the stock tensioner and water pump setup. Is the halltech bracket you have for the pass. side and will it relocate the alternator in the same location as your pics show?

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Originally Posted by Tomulrich View Post
Here are the pics. Custom made brakets...will work with stock tensioner (mild clearancing neccesary). Extra pulley is due to the smaller Evans water pump pulley...not needed for stock pump pulley. Alternator is 160 amp output at 250 degrees. Race Proven ND150...made for high performance applications...nascar..etc. 500-600 for the alternator. My brackets will also fit the PTK alternator that comes with the kit..

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Mmm.. sure does look nice.
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Old 07-19-2007, 08:33 AM
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If you use the ND110 alternator with the haltech bracket you eliminate the tensioner...the alternator can rotate and functions as a tensioner..real nice clean setup

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I dropped you a PM .. let me know brother
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