Chevy TS400 Series Starters
The engine builder's choice. The recent trend among engine builders has been to increase displacement. Engines exceeding 540, 632 or even larger cubic inches are the norm. If this fits your description then Meziere has the prescription. Their TS400 design features a powerful 2.2 KW motor and a drive assembly specifically designed for extreme starting conditions. Virtually all of the power transmitting components have been scrutinized to bring you reliability unmatched by any other manufacturer.
The recent trend among engine builders has been to increase displacement. Engines exceeding 632ci are the norm. If this describes your vehicle, then this starter is what it needs. Because Meziere is involved in the high-performance auto industry as both manufacturers and racers, they know the trouble enthusiasts experience with starter failure. Tested to the extreme, Meziere Starters are not sold until everything is right. Standard testing includes amp draw, power and rotational speed under load, and free-rev testing to ensure proper balance of internal rotating parts.
What is the overall length of this starter? Meziere TS400
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