Small Size, Big Power! This 100% new mini-starter is the hot ticket for applications where tight header clearance tends to make your starter hot. And since it's only 2/3 the size of a stock starter, it will fit where a stocker won't. Choose from standard 1.4 kilovolt or hi-output 2.0 kilovolt model, with no increase in size.Features:
Great things do come in small packages. The Proform high torque mini starter from JEGS is one of them. They are capable of cranking even the highest compression small and big block Chevy engines with ease. A Proform high torque starter will provide 40 to 50% more cranking power for a quick and sure start every time.
What Are The Top Proform High Torque Mini-Starters Products
The 2KW SBC mini starter is a great option for those that have street performance or race cars and need extra clearance for custom headers. Following closely behind it is the 1.4KW mini starter which is a great option for those with mild performance or street engines.
How Much Do Proform High Torque Mini-Starters Cost
Prices will vary with the lowest option coming in at $140 and going all the way up to $230 for a 2.2KW mini starter.
How To Use Proform High Torque Mini-Starters
In most cases, Proform high torque mini starters are a direct bolt-on replacement for the original starter. Custom applications may require slight modification but nothing that a qualified mechanic or fabricator can't handle.
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