Fuses for Circuit Protection



Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 20th, 2013, 3:49 pm

I am ready to take some photographs Rick.
Picture of 3G Ford, CS144 Late style, 10Si.
Also have an early CS144 here. Photograph too.

I am thinking placing a small Folgers cofee can in the T-bucket in place of usual alternator will help figuring out how much room is available or not.

I had to work on the wife's Honda CRV '99.
Installed all new exhaust Cat back.
Quiet. Momma is happy & loves me again.

Pictures coming this evening.
Curious how good 3G is .
Early C4 Corvette guys have constant issues with the Delco CS130.
C5 Corvette guys are plagued by Valeo 100amp alternators.
Maybe suitable replacement for both Vette eras.
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby Indycars » October 20th, 2013, 4:16 pm


Big thumbs up for all your help Brian, I know you could be having a
lot more fun working on your Vette !

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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 20th, 2013, 5:40 pm

Indycars wrote:
Big thumbs up for all your help Brian, I know you could be having a
lot more fun working on your Vette !

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Be a while before I can complete my Vette as I want. I have always left it together & running turn key.
410 will destroy the stock dana 36 rear.
4-link rear coil over shocks, panhard bar, 1957-58 Pontiac 9,300 next on that car.
Then drop in 410.
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 21st, 2013, 12:25 pm

6.600" Measured on Delco 10si endframe mounting points. Mean housing diameter about 5 " inches.

7.00" Measured on Delco CS144 LATE & Early style.. Mean housing diameter of 6" inches.
Late square style prefered. High amp unit as Dorian has on TT.

7.00" Measured on Ford 3G. Pivot stand depth 3".
Deco 10si & CS144 2" inches.
Modification required.
Mean diameter about 6" inches.
Experimental on SBC application.
Ultra high amp low speed charging output possible of 100 amps

Ford & GM alternator drive pulleys can interchange. Shaft diameter of 25/64" or 27/64" inch from my memory.

Decisions Rick........ :mrgreen:
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby Indycars » October 21st, 2013, 2:13 pm


CS144 Late Style
Double V-Belt Pulley
3 Wire Electrical Connection

What do you estimate the cost to be?

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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 21st, 2013, 2:28 pm

How come 3 - wire ??
Want PLIS layout ?
1-wire Hookup super easy for you.
Dorian ran double V pulley too.
Bought shiny chrome
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 21st, 2013, 2:31 pm

Resistor adapter harness required for non OE Apps.
1-Wire no. Charge wire connect. Good to go.
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby Indycars » October 21st, 2013, 2:37 pm


I understand that 3 wires is much better.
http://www.madelectrical.com/electrical ... wire.shtml

I'm already setup for 3 wire.
Although I will need to replace the wire to the battery with something much heavier.



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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 21st, 2013, 2:39 pm

Same price as Dorian's CS144. Same finish.
Any special finish desired?
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 21st, 2013, 2:41 pm

1-Wire works great.
Instant turn on & turn off. Senses rotor rotation .
Transpo used. not others.
Read your link later.
Still at work.
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 21st, 2013, 2:57 pm

What's in the T-bucket Rick ?
Amp meter ? Battery Volt meter? Classic Red Battery idiot light? Combo of 2?
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby Indycars » October 21st, 2013, 3:49 pm


At this time it's an Amp meter. It has heavy wires running to it, but probably
not heavy enough. So I might just disconnect it and check output with a DVM.

Later I would like to upgrade all gauges with a matched set.

Finish it just like Dorian's alternator.

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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby 87vette81big » October 21st, 2013, 4:10 pm

Indycars wrote:
At this time it's an Amp meter. It has heavy wires running to it, but probably
not heavy enough. So I might just disconnect it and check output with a DVM.

Later I would like to upgrade all gauges with a matched set.

Finish it just like Dorian's alternator.



I have everything on hand to build a few more CS144's like Doriens.
Out of Glyptal. Have to track down more.
Spray style. Look local.
I feel its a must have for longterm reliabilty.
Next week its supposed to warm up.
Got cold here. 50's daytime. 40's-30's at night.
Too cold to spray. Wife kill me if I spray in house.
Fumes real bad.
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby Indycars » October 21st, 2013, 6:13 pm


An extra week won't make any difference now, after two years that I've been working on this car.
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Re: Fuses for Circuit Protection

Postby Indycars » November 15th, 2013, 11:13 am


Brian,

This looks like the same pulley that Dorian has from Powermaster.

If you agree, then PM me the address that you want it shipped to.

http://www.jegs.com/i/Powermaster/713/112/10002/-1

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