Powermaster 100mm Denso, Fuel Curve

Powermaster Performance Unveils New 100mm Denso Style Alternator

Powermaster Performance, the leading name in hi-performance alternators, now offers a compact and powerful alternator ideal for those oh-so-popular traditional hot rods as well as race cars. The new 100mm Denso style Alternator weighs just 6.4-pounds and delivers up to 75 amps at higher rpm.Powermaster 100mm Denso, Fuel Curve

The 100mm Denso style housing is exclusive to Powermaster and mounts directly in place of a lower- output 93mm model. The Alternator produces 35-amps at idle with a peak of 75-amps making it perfect for traditional rods, circle track cars and even drag racers.

Powermaster 100mm Denso, Fuel Curve

The 100mm Alternator is available with a V-belt pulley in a natural or polished finish as well as in a durable black coating without a pulley if you prefer muted engine bay tones. Powermaster also offers several low-mount bracket assemblies for small and big block Chevy engines as well for 9-inch and Quick Change rear ends.

Additional product highlights include a one-wire connection for a clean, simple installation, machined mounting points for perfect alignment and a complete ground path and XS Volt 100mm Denso for 12-16 Volt Systems

Powermaster 100mm Denso, Fuel Curve

For racers running 16-volt batteries, Powermaster also offers an XS Volt version of the new 100mm Alternator. The XS Volt 100mm model features a unique Voltage Control System that allows the voltage output to be adjusted from 13.5-18.5. This feature will help racers keep their electronics at full operating voltage which is especially important for the ignition and fuel pump. Adjustments are made through an easily accessible potentiometer.

Powermaster 100mm Denso, Fuel Curve

Power up your ride with the Powermaster 100mm Denso Style Alternator today!

Senior Editor, Digital Media

With three decades of automotive journalism under his belt, John Drummond serves as Senior Editor – Digital Media for Fuel Curve and Goodguys Rod & Custom Association where he has worked since 1990. Drummond got his start in motorsports reporting by making a fake press pass to gain starting line access. The ruse worked and he began covering auto races as far back as 1986 in Northern California, eventually getting his stories published worldwide. He has owned and driven everything from a 1957 Plymouth Belvedere to a ridiculously modded Subaru WRX as well as a string of Mercedes AMG’s, most of which had the warranties voided the day after leaving the dealership.

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