Thanks for the replys. Im changing out the motor with a stronger engine. It has all the holes in the heads to accept brackets, etc. I currently have a Stewart short water pump on it. I was planning on going with Street & Performance pulleys. However these pulleys put the alt. on the drivers side. I thought maybe I could take the wires needed for the alt and just re-route or shorten them to move the alt.
John, How do you like your March pulleys? Are they underdrive? The S&P pulleys are not supposed to be underdrive which can cause charging issues etc.
I have also thought about just using a one-wire deal like Big Gear Head mentioned. However, I have been told that the one-wire alt. can be a pain. You have to constantly rev the engine, instead of wiring the alt. to charge when ignition is turned on.
More thoghts or experiences are very welcome, because I have not made up mind on exactly the best, neatest way is.
Could you wire a one-wire alt. from starter to alternator?
69 SS-350 4-speed
[This message has been edited by JayBird (edited 12-18-2001).]