- Fits all Small Block Chevy (except LS series engines (LS1, LS6, 4.8L, 5.3L, and 6.0L))
Note: May require the use of "R" Terminal Diode Kit, 555-10038, which allows the use of aftermarket mini starters in GM vehicles originally equipped with breaker point ignitions
Are big-block and small-block Chevy starters the same?
No, JEGS Starters, like the 10001, are designed specifically for Small Block Chevy (SBC) engines. While sharing some features, Big Block and Small Block Chevy starters differ in size, tooth count, and torque capacity to accommodate their respective engine types.
How much does a SBC starter weigh?
The JEGS SBC Starter (part number 10001) is lightweight, weighing in at just [insert weight here] pounds. This reduced weight contributes to improved vehicle performance without sacrificing durability or reliability, making it an ideal choice for Small Block Chevy applications.
How many amps does a SBC starter draw?
The JEGS Pro Starter for Small Block Chevy, like the 10001, typically draws around 180 to 200 amps during cranking. This high-amperage draw ensures a powerful and efficient start for your Small Block Chevy engine.
How do you size a starter?
When sizing a starter, consider factors such as engine displacement, compression ratio, and vehicle weight. JEGS provides a variety of Starters, including the 10001 for Small Block Chevy engines, ensuring compatibility and optimal cranking power for your specific application.
Is this starter waterproof, the application is an airboat.
Wil this fit a SBC 350?
Is there any warranty with this item
what is the HP rating of this starter?
What is the torque spec in ft lbs. for this starter?
What is the RPM in a non loaded rotation. Because of the gear reduction , is the loaded RPM considerably slower compared to a oem.
Would it be possible to manufacture a starter for the Chevrolet with both the straight and angled bolt patterns ? Being universal for the Chevy application ?
can this starter be wired to use a remote mounted for starter solenoid...? jumper lead from solenoid to battery cable connection, then a 4 gauge cable from a remote solenoid to the + terminal on the starter. and the starter wire to the solenoid...?
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