Does your Mopar's headlights go dim when you're idling at a traffic light? Did you just install a new sound system and there isn't enough power available to handle it? That was precisely the problem we were dealing with when it came to our Project D150 Dodge Truck.

Powermaster Motorsports has the answer with their high-output alternators. Powermaster uses the original Mopar housing, so you can maintain the OEM look, but when it comes to what's inside, there are many differences. In order to obtain a higher amp output, Powermaster beefs up the windings around the stator. By using a thicker gauge wire, they are able to achieve a higher idle-speed output than the stock alternator. By increasing the quantity of windings, they achieve higher highway speed amperage output.

To prove the Powermaster alternator's capabilities, we bench tested our stock Mopar alternator as well as the upgraded Powermaster unit. The original alternator showed an output of 23 amps at idle and 54 amps at highway speed. The Powermaster alternator produced a whopping 55 amps at idle and 88 amps at highway speed.

Powermaster didn't stop there; they also improved the alternator by installing a heavy-duty bearing. For race applications, they also have a black bake-a-lite-finish alternator that helps dissipate heat. All alternators come with a proof of performance card and a dyno output chart to help determine the proper pulley size.

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Powermaster Motorsports
2401 Dutch Valley Drive
Knoxville
TN  37918
423-688-5953