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Old 02-07-2013, 10:00 AM   #1
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What alternator relocation bracket?

What alt braket are you guys using to move the alt in to clear a pass side turbo. Looks like 1" would do. I am also keeping ac and ps with the factory braket. this is on a 302 based in a 89 Mustang.

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Re: What alternator relocation bracket?

breeze automotive bracket
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Re: What alternator relocation bracket?

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installed in anticipation of a turbo :banana:
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Alt needs to stay on the same side just move in... Keeping ac and ps
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Re: What alternator relocation bracket?

gotcha, i know on3 comes with one in there kits. Will a March one work? Ive got a spare one of those ill let go cheap
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Pm me details on the march one. If i new what worked I would not ask... lol jk
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What alternator relocation bracket?

March setup is what I run. Can still keep the ac and power steering
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March setup is what I run. Can still keep the ac and power steering
Do you know what model march you are using they have a few
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here's what i used to have and will part with for cheap
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ill even give you the belt, pm me if interested
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Do you know what model march you are using they have a few
I run the model 1465 but I don't run ac just ps. The one you need is 30028 and modify the ac bracket a little to fit the adjustment rod. The only difference between the 1465 and the 30028 is the 30028 is billet aluminum and has a smaller adjustment rod which should work with the ac bracket with a little modification.
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here's what i used to have and will part with for cheap
You can use this bracket, you just need the smaller adjustment rod.
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You need the alternator bracket March part# 30025-09
I'm running a pretty large turbo and it clears fine!

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There is a low buck version of the march bracket. Not sure who makes it tho.
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There is a low buck version of the march bracket. Not sure who makes it tho.


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What alternator relocation bracket?

Took this from another post but this it what I'm taking about
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Ya that will work. Thought they were cheaper than that. Nice since they can be installed up or down
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here's what i used to have and will part with for cheap
Do you get enuff traction on the water pump?
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^^^ do you have the right direction water pump?
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Re: What alternator relocation bracket?

plenty, you can get some nice tension on it
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Re: What alternator relocation bracket?

yeAh, draw an arrow on the balet and youll see it ccw rotation
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Gave it only a glance, saw the belt was on the opposite side... But it is on the other side of the belt too, cancelling things out. Cool beans.
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I ended up using the 1465 here is a couple pics installed. With the factory bracket I could not install the turbo it hit the alt.



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You need the alternator bracket March part# 30025-09
I'm running a pretty large turbo and it clears fine!

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I ended up using the 1465 here is a couple pics installed. With the factory bracket I could not install the turbo it hit the alt.



What do you use for a tensioner? Or does that rod from the AC Bracket adjust in and out? I am installing a 76mm passenger side and have the 130 amp with clearance problems also. To be clear, thats the March 1465? I too am keeping PS and AC with no smog pump.
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What do you use for a tensioner? Or does that rod from the AC Bracket adjust in and out? I am installing a 76mm passenger side and have the 130 amp with clearance problems also. To be clear, thats the March 1465? I too am keeping PS and AC with no smog pump.
No tensioner need. The rod adjusts to get tension.


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does anyone know of a setup like these,that will work on a sn95? or is it a matter of cutting down the spacers to get the alt pulley to line up with the other accessories?

just thought i would ask,since on this subject,thanks
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I had to move my alt over. When I put the 3G on it wouldn't fit next to the turbo. I had a 76mm on there then though. I like that breeze bracket!


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slight update with the same breeze bracket

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slight update with the same breeze bracket

The company says to use a grooved water pump pulley. You haven't had any issues? I'm about to get this bracket wanna make sure I have everything


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Never used one, no issues here
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