- Designed for maximum output from idle to high rpm
- Stator and rotor are electrically balanced for optimum performance
- Dual plane balanced rotor assembly delivers high rpm precision and reliability
- Hand assembled in the USA and NEVER rebuilt or refurbished units
- Every unit is delivered with a proof of performance
- Blue-printed assembly process ensures superior operation and longevity
- One wire installation with added fan baffle for belt protection
The 120 and 160 Amp DynaForce Alternators are designed with straight mounts. These mounting tabs fit many GM bracket systems from the mid ‘60s to the mid ‘80s.
- Gear reduction of 4.4:1 improves torque to easily spin engines up to 18:1 compression
- 3.4 horsepower motor provides power for high compression engines
- Ball bearing supported armature and pinion gear
- Billet aluminum mount can be clocked to assist in mounting issues
- Red powder coat for long lasting protection
- Nickel plated, heavy duty solenoid with plated contacts for endurance
DynaForce 120 Amp and 160 Amp AlternatorsWhether you need a high output alternator to power your muscle car, street rod or touring machine, MSD has you covered with the DynaForce Alternator. Not only are they designed for extreme output at higher rpm, but MSD balances the current output to keep your electronic components up to speed during idle and lower rpm operation as well. Both the 120 and 160 Amp Alternators feature one-wire installation to keep things clean, easy and effective. The charge post of the alternators is moved to the side of the housing to allow for improved clearance to the block, plus a pulley baffle is included to ensure there is never any fan-to-belt issues (common at high rpm on lesser alternators). The housings are available in two finishes including a show quality chrome or black for subtle appearance.
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