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Alternator Voltage Booster
Item #: EP-AVB-GM-STG1
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The Easy Performance V-Booster safely raises the voltage of your factory alternator system by .6 volts. The stage 2 kit raises alternator voltage by 1.2 volts. Installs in seconds by plugging inline with your alternator's voltage reference line. Innovated, designed and manufactured by Easy & ZZPerformance. Works well paired with the Easy Performance Alt rewire kit.
New version has better soldering. Fixes the erratic voltage issues on certain cars. Now compatible with Regal and other 3 wire applications!
More power from your factory stereo or aftermarket amps
Increased voltage to your fuel pump
Ensures the coil pack operates at it's full potential
Better heated seat performance
Improve rear defrost performance
Include color instructions
Installs in 60 seconds
Stage 2 kit raises voltage in some cars to over 15 volts. Many aftermarket amps and radios such as Sony/Rockford will not operate at this voltage. OEM electronics will not always function correctly. No damage will occur but we recommend the stage 2 kit for race applications only.
*This item and all electrical items are non-returnable. Warranty replacements are offered for 1 year on defective products.
(Does not work with '05+ Grand Prixs', 97-98 Grand Am, 97 LeSabre or 96/97 Bonneville)
Solid state regulators, as those used in nearly all cars since the 1980’s, that use a pulse-width-modulated field control system can also create a whine in the sound systems. Regulator-caused whine differs from the alternator-caused whine in that the intensity and pitch of regulator-induced noise changes with changing current load at a constant engine speed. Changing the electrical system load won't change alternator whine but it will change regulator whine. How this may relate to the Alternator Voltage Booster (AVB) is installing the AVB changes the operational conditions of the solid state regulator. Increasing the output voltage will change the duty cycle the regulator is commanding to sustain the voltage. This in turn can effectively change the emergence of regulator whine. While the AVB may affect or reduce regulator whine, the effect is dependent on a lot of uncontrolled factors in the car and sound system. I would not go as far as to make any broad claim that the AVB will reduce noise in the sound system. It may show improvements in reducing sound system noise in some applications and have no effect in others. Also, changing the power supply voltage to a sound system can alter how the system handles the voltage ripple in its power supply circuitry. For some systems, increasing the supply voltage can improve the internal power supply’s ability to filter out voltage ripple. This will be highly dependent on the design sound system’s power supply circuitry.
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04 impala ss- takes a minute or less to plug in, boosts everything! if u have heated seats, it dramatically improves them. sometimes gotta turn it down to low! lol
Takes all of 2 minutes to install and it really does raise the voltage. I have a 2003 Monte ss 3.8
Just got mine, and it works wonders.
I was wondering, though, what if I bought about 4 more and connected them all and then installed it? Would I see some insane amount of voltage? Obviously it could fry some of the stuff, but I would like to know at what point does it become a hazard?
Like Caffeine for your car!
Easy to install, was first time ever seeing the back of my alternator, so for me, I had to remove the alternator first, to see how the factory harness was clipped in.
After install, seems to run like I put caffeine in my own system.. sharper, and more alert... If you can imagine..
Good Product for the money...
Had the product installed for over a week now, its nice when you have an amp (sub) so it doesnt drain all of your battery right away if youre waiting for someone and you want to listen to music with the car off. Ignition seems a little faster, windows definitely perform better, not to sure about the other things yet, we shall see