Alternator/generator

Aircraft electrical systems. Generators, both engine and wind driven. Other electrical systems, wiring, fuses, lighting and so on.
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Carlton
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Alternator/generator

Post by Carlton » Wed Jul 09, 2008 21:11

i am interested installing a Mode c and possibly a wingtip strobe or tail strobe. Any suggestions on what is the most economical and reliable way to go? i currently do not have electrical system.

7AC-DC C-85 with O-200 crank/pistons

Mnflyer
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Alternator VS Generator

Post by Mnflyer » Wed Jul 09, 2008 23:19

Hi Carlton welcome to the forum, problay the B&C light wt alternator, would be the simplest, lightest and most cost effective.it is now STC'd will cost in the neighbor hood of $900 to $1000 when its all said and done.
A generator and voltage regulator will be $450.00 about for used and problay $800. for new & overhaulded units.

A used alternator say from a C-150 is generally around $450 + and $100 for the regulator and I don't know what the stc costs.

Check in the Aircraft electrical section theres an address for the STC holder for the B&C.
GB MN.Flyer
Flying a Champ 7DC and a HKS Kitfox III

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