|ER14-50||ER14-50 HARTZELL PLANE POWER ALTERNATOR|
|SAL12-70C||SAL12-70C HARTZELL GENERATOR CONVERSION KIT|
|SAL12-70||SAL12-70 HARTZELL GENERATOR CONVERSION KIT|
|TAL12-70||TAL12-70 HARTZELL PLANE POWER GENERATOR CONV KIT|
|TAL24-70C||TAL24-70C TWIN HARTZELL PLANE POWER GENERATOR CONV|
|TAL 24-70||TAL24-70 HARTZELL PLANE POWER GENERATOR CONV KIT|
All new design is engineered specifically for aviation offers:
(Twin-engine kits include two of each)
12/14 volt, 50 amp, replaces Generators on Small Block Continental Equipped Aircraft (view our Model Eligibility for fit information) Installation Instruction
Generator Conversion kit for single-engine 12/14 volt belt driven Continental Engines. (view our Model Eligibility for fit information) Installation Instruction
Generator Conversion kit for single-engine 12/14 volt belt driven Lycoming Engines. (view our Model Eligibility for fit information) Installation Instruction
Generator Conversion kit for twin-engine 12/14 volt belt driven Lycoming Engines. (view our Model Eligibility for fit information) Installation Instruction
Generator Conversion kit for twin-engine 24/28 volt belt driven Continental Engines. (view our Model Eligibility for fit information) Installation Instruction
|TAL 24-70 |
Generator Conversion kit for twin-engine 24/28 volt belt driven Lycoming Engines. (view our Model Eligibility for fit information) Installation Instruction
quality product and fast delivery
Better then I expected.
Great product easy installation
Installed this in a 1957 172 with O300 that had a generator. I like to fly at night and taxiing with all the lights and strobes running, near idle, will drain your battery in a blink of an eye. Bought this kit for around $800 when my antique $400 regulator died. It was either spend $400 to get back to square 1, or spend $800 and get brand new technology. A&P and I installed together. Installation was pretty easy. Access was easier than any car alternator Ive done. Hardest part was knocking a stubborn, but required bushing off the generator shaft, that was needed for the alt shaft. Plenty of instructions and diagrams, made wiring easy. Included regulator is light-years ahead of what it replaced. Did need to buy a few separate parts for this. I forget what, but its listed in the online install instructions. Youll need wire and circuit breakers, too. Spruce had everything in stock. Alternator comes alive around 600-700 rpm, much better than the gen at well over 1000 rpm. Voltage is rock solid in flight or on the ground, with literally everything running. Voltage adjustment is super easy. Weight savings was over 6 lbs. I did put an alternator noise filter on it, thinking it would reduce some static I hear at idle. I think it ended up being in the intercom, though.
Best conversion for my N35 bonanza with IO 470. Removed the old conversion that continued to show me signes older technologys proove why we need innovations in Gereral aviation. Install took 2 hours, due to, I change all the wiring. (Would have been less than 1 hour). 1 issue was the center thru bolt clearance on the engine bracket. Had to grind 0.080 slot adjacent to bolt head to allow bolt rotation for tightening this bolt. (Very minor blending though) . Alternator performance is excellent. Voltage regulator is simple and had spot on voltage, extremely stable. I should of installed this conversion a long time ago.
The kit is as advertised. All you need. The pulley is narrower than stock and the belt rides high with a stock 31.19 Continental belt. This is my only concern.
Per the supplier, the existing belt can be used.
Per the supplier, customer will use their current belt.
Yes, the STC paperwork is included in the box.
Yes, we offer it as part number 07-17758 ( HARTZELL PLANE POWER ALTERNATOR ONLY 10-1050C ).
Per supplier: If original output circuit breaker is rated at less than 70-amps and you wish to be able to utilize the increased capacity of the alternator, remove the breaker and replace with suitable breaker up to 70amp maximum size. Ensure wire size from alternator output terminal to output circuit breaker and from output circuit breaker to bus is rated for more than the size of breaker installed per AC43.13-1B.
Note: If aircraft has been equipped with an Amp Meter, ensure that it is of adequate size to handle the increased output capability before increasing the output wire and breaker
We do not supply circuit breakers in the kits.
If he has a lower amp rated breaker currently installed, he can continue to use it but alternator output will be limited to the amp rating of that breaker.
No, the SAL12-70 kit would replace the InterAv kit including the brackets and hardware. Be just like starting over and assuming the generator was still installed.
Yes it is included as well as it is available on the manufactures website.