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Need advice on finding somewhere to buy a high output alternator for a 95 Honda Accord Lx, has the f22b2 engine in it and the stock alternator has 80 amps, looking for a place to get a alternator that has 250amps if I am correct.

 I already have the big 3 done, running ofc wire from front of car to rear ~17 ft

Db Drive 2000.1 for subwoofer

Rocford Fosgate R250x4 Prime 4-Channel Amp for doors currently


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Singer Alternators

US Alternators 

There are others, but I cant personally recommend anything I havent ran.

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I know that Mechman does not make a alternator for my car I have looked into them before, they make them for the 2.7L, 3.0L and one other, I'm not sure if one of their universal alts would be okay or not. Thanks for the input.

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A lot of manufactures don't have everything listed on their site, but only the more popular vehicles.

So unless you asked Mechman directly and they told you no I wouldn't rule them out, and would send them a message!

Its always best to get multiple quotes from various companies and go from there.

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