Powermaster XS Torque Starters are an excellent choice for highly modified engines or applications where heat soak or limited space is a concern (street rods, race cars, or street machines with close proximity to headers, etc.). Features of the Powermaster XS torque starter include a 4.4:1 Gear Reduction Ratio, 200 foot pounds of torque, up to 1.4 kilowatts and up to 1.8 horsepower. These SX torque starters are machined with an adjustable billet aluminum block, making them the lightest 200 ft/lb starter available on the market. SX torque starters are recommended for for engines with up to 18:1 compression and they are designed to clear most oil pans and headers. The InfiCLOCK system is standard on many applications and designed for 360 degree rotation with no heat soak problems or hot start problems. Dyno test results included. .JEGS Easy Kits are designed by JEGS professionals to help you get all the performance parts you need.
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