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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-03-2018, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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F3 Racing Alternator - Anyone tried one?

So they claim 3hp increase with a racing alternator.

Anyone tried one? The link on this one claim that less heat is generated in the rectifier. Just thinking of the benefits, as compared to an exhaust.

Im currently loving my X-ring 520 chain setup so would be keen to hear about other avenues for reduction of losses in the system. Wouldnt do it for my 675 per se though as 920 euro is quite a lot. Maybe if up upgraded to an 800.

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Basically same thing that triumph does for the 675... Typically 1-2 rwhp increase in the lower range, 2-3 mid upper range, and the motor will spin up noticeably faster. Not for a streetbike, although I am sure if you went all LED lighting it might be possible.
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Interesting. Crazy that you can get that much power by changing the alternator. I wonder how it holds up over time

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