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No, the Cutlass uses a different unit. We do have a large case conversion unit for your Cutlass though, it is a custom machined housing that replaces your small case unit. The 270 amp model is $499 shipped, it does 165 amps at idle, and is pretty much bomb-proof

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99' bonneville with a 3.8L?

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300 Amp External Regulated Excessive Amperage Alt

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98 buick centry? 3.1?

Your Buick century requires one of our special housings. We mount a large case 220 amp unit in the stock location. That kit is $449.

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Could it run 18 volts for 2005 gmc sierra

This unit can be set up to charge at any voltage you like with the purchase of our adjustable voltage module.

Your 2005 GM truck uses a different style housing, and is not compatible with adjustable voltage, due to the 2 pin computer controlled regulator on 2005 and newer trucks. If you want to run 18 volts, you would need to purchase our 5.3L GM dual alternator bracket kit for $369, our 270 amp non-computer controlled alternator for $399, and the adjustable voltage module for $75. You would then leave your OEM alternator and front battery to run the truck, mids, highs, etc... and have a dedicated bank of 16 volt batteries running at 18.5 volts off of the Second alternator.

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This unit can be set up to charge at any voltage you like with the purchase of our adjustable voltage module.

Your 2005 GM truck uses a different style housing, and is not compatible with adjustable voltage, due to the 2 pin computer controlled regulator on 2005 and newer trucks. If you want to run 18 volts, you would need to purchase our 5.3L GM dual alternator bracket kit for $369, our 270 amp non-computer controlled alternator for $399, and the adjustable voltage module for $75. You would then leave your OEM alternator and front battery to run the truck, mids, highs, etc... and have a dedicated bank of 16 volt batteries running at 18.5 volts off of the Second alternator.

wait a minute, so i have to get an adapter to make my alt i bought for the 1998 oldsmobile 88 to allow me to adjust the voltage? i did not know this or is that module built into the alt?

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