July 11, 2005
GAMI Offers New Supplemental Alternator Package
The Supplenator was first envisioned by the guys at General Aviation Modifications, Inc. as a backup power source for the company’s PRISM electronic ignition system, as required by the FAA for certification. In typical GAMI fashion, they used the opportunity to create a feature-laden 35-amp, 14- or 28-volt power source that mounts to the accessory pad of most 360-cubic-inch and larger piston engines. The three-part system includes the 5.8-pound, direct-drive supplemental alternator, the remote-mounted electronic
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