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Old 09-06-2008, 21:59   #16
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Yes, in the back and out the front makes sense from the standpoint of cooling the belt sheaves. Unfortunately, I did not have room in the back of the alternator for a blower. I assume my setup works because the blower cycles on under heavy loads and cycles off periodically, preventing the ramp down circuit in the regulator from kicking in. Mounting the blower in the back may be better if you can do it.

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Old 28-10-2008, 08:51   #17
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Great Ideas, Seychelles
Inow have the fan and the duct work done and will add the thurmostat,
now I installed this whole setup on June 1 Balmar 120 apm alt with a MAX CHARGE balmar regulator, the regulator failed after 3 months or so , now its out of warrenty because i did not get around to instaling it in time,
anyone have a recomadation on where to buy a new one or is it posssbule to have this serviced?

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