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B&C Alternator 12 Amp Gear Driven For Continental

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Part# 07-06575
MFR Model# 200G


12 Amp Alternator for the Continental Engines (C-75 through O-300).

First introduced by B&C Specialty Products in 1980, the 200G has provided reliable service for thousands of customers. This gear-driven alternator for the Continental engines provides 12.8 amps @ 4500 alternator RPM, while weighing only 3.4 lbs.a savings of 8 lbs over the OEM generator. Featuring a unique permanent magnet design, the 200G uses heavy-duty sealed ball bearings for long life, and a mating flange machined from solid billet aluminum for superior strength. Ships with a matching regulator and 504-1 or 504-2 PM/OV kit.

This alternator is sold without the Continental alternator gear assembly. See 07-06500 for the Gear Assembly.

For Experimental Aircraft ONLY
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Q: Looking to replace the standard alternator on an O-200. Can I use the gear from the original alternator on the B&C alternator?

Yes, part number 07-06575 includes the alternator without the gear.

Q: What is the shaft diameter of the alternator?

1/2 inch

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