……..and their twins! Their home in Texas, these folks are headed west………and headed to California, this machine is now terrorizing I-10 as well
Both coaches have been modifies with a FiTech fuel injection systemboth being fed with the FiTech “Forced Fuel” supply module.our just figured out off shelf aluminum radiator and electric fan box…
And the CVF Serpantine belt sysyem……incorporating the Sanden rotary dash AC compressor, 1 wire alternator and Semlax combined circuit, remote well power steering pump with or course no original fan or clutch……One is sporting our single aluminum fuel tank the other fitted with the lined original 2 tank system…….
And what was the LAST obstacle ….the final list of mods that made EVERYTHING work? The last issue was the electrical current needed to efficiently run the dual electric fan box powered all the time…….. What fixed it? What was it that made us all happy?
So….. As an alternator spools up, the faster you spin the alternator shaft the more current out. A 130 watt alternator puts out 160 amps with a smaller alternator pulleyVoltage doesn’t dip below charge at idle….vefore it DID! Yes sir, the smaller pulley made it all work……… Boooooy. Now, if lab rat #1 can make it to Texas unscathed and lab rat #2 makes is to Los Angeles………. With JD being the proof of concept before….btw JD, we need to order you up that smaller diameter alternator pulley….same belt. Get with Jason……
So the Q moves again……this coach already made it into hover mode.and here’s another intake getting all of the stuff the last 2 out got. And another coach is headed into the big housefor some nifty interior work….stay tuned.
Gotta get to work….see ya tomorrow
We made it home, no issues with amperage from the alternator. A single fan was all that was needed most of the time, and the FiTech only turned it on when coolant temps went above 195ºF. The couple times it hit 200, I turned on the second fan, which was all that was needed to cool it down to 185 in a few minutes, then turned it off. Ammeter didn’t show a negative draw with both fans on while driving. In stop-and-go rush hour traffic, while idling, the ammeter needle wavers a little with both fans on, but most of the time I only needed the one main fan, so there was never any extended draw from the battery.