...or rather, "thinking outside the engine bay". This guy is stuffing a Judd V10 into a new Supra. Not sure if there is not a way to put accessories on a Judd engine or if he realized there simply wasn't enough room for them, but his solution for the alternator is genius*. He's also installed an electric power steering pump and battery in that area where the factory fuel tank used to be. Excellent use of space.
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*maybe this is common, but I've never seen it, and frankly, would have never thought of it.
Edit: The Judd V10 does come with a 35A alternator. That alternator will not be enough so it will be used to start the car and maybe run a fan, but the 270A alternator in the rear will do all the heavy lifting and he doesn't want that load on the engine. Apparently, this "mod" is common Off-Road, but not seen in Drifting or at a track. Seems odd though, I'd expect this mod to be for track use, not daily driving and especially not Off-Road. The pulley on the alternator will eventually have a clutch in it so when the brakes are applied and everything comes to an abrupt stop, the alternator can spin down freely. Until then, he expects to V-belt to slip and wear out quickly.