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alternator noise filter no longer useful?

I have a modern Balmar alternator with an external regulator. Ive been cleaning up the wiring and would like to remove the external alternator noise filter that was installed for the old Loran. I understand the new GPs and radars do not need these old devices. It would clean up the engine area. Is this necessary any longer?

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Do you ever plan on installing an SSB? If so, definitely leave it. They are useful items, without a positive reason for removing it I would tend to leave it in.
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