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Hello. I was not sure weather this should be in the Mobile Electronics section or here, but since it involves engine modification I assume the latter. This is going to be a bit of a weird question.

I have a 1999 CR-V that has an honestly quite excessive amount of auxiliary lights and ham radio equipment on it. I have not had any issues with it so far, but I feel as if I might run the risk of overloading the alternator considering the power draw of these components. Are there any alternators with a higher capacity than the stock one that could be compatible with the B20B engine with at most some fabrication of custom adapters and the like?

Thank you for your time.
 

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Check car audio sound forum, hopefully someone has a crv to give you more info if it can be done.
Unless someone here can help.
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Hello. I was not sure weather this should be in the Mobile Electronics section or here, but since it involves engine modification I assume the latter. This is going to be a bit of a weird question.

I have a 1999 CR-V that has an honestly quite excessive amount of auxiliary lights and ham radio equipment on it. I have not had any issues with it so far, but I feel as if I might run the risk of overloading the alternator considering the power draw of these components. Are there any alternators with a higher capacity than the stock one that could be compatible with the B20B engine with at most some fabrication of custom adapters and the like?

Thank you for your time.
I just found this place. I haven't tried them yet. Honda CRV High Output Alternator
 
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