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I’ve been running this 180 amp alt in my Spyder for a while and it’s been great. I have a multi-amp sound quality system that I compete with and it’s been working wellhttps://www.qualitypowerauto.com/item_273/Mitsubishi-Eclipse.htm
I talked to English a few weeks ago about tuning my black box and they said that they won't do it because they have a higher probability of bricking the ECU, and they don't want to deal with that on their dyno.
My issue was that I replaced the steering wheel with a non-airbag QD wheel, so there was no way to reset the SRS light and keep it off. I believe that the SRS module is separate from the OBD-2 system and needs a specialized reader to read and reset the faults, but I may be wrong.
I paid $800 for my 98 GS-T Spyder, and I'd do it again in a heartbeat. I replaced the top myself with a new one, it only took me about 10 hours total and it looks great. If it has a bad paint job you can always dip the car for a few hundred dollars.