Speedmaster High Torque Starter Motor Small Block Chevy 350 / Big Block Chevy 454
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You can get up to 50 percent more starting power when you pick one of these Procomp Electronics high-torque mini starters. They're 40 percent lighter, as well as 1/3 smaller. That latter characteristic translates into increased ground, oil pan, and header clearance, but both factors can be equally important in a race car. So can features such as full ball-bearing construction, which allows these starters to work great while lasting a long time.
With a small size and weight, this starter makes installation a snap, especially when compared to the large, bulky starters offered by other manufacturers. The design of this starter allows it to fit both staggered and straight bolt patterns, with the one exception of the 400 small block engine.
Can the rotation be reversed on this style of starter? I was given one by a friend (?? LOL), and the small gear wont extend when turning it over with power, by hand I can rotate it CCW (looking at the shaft end) and the small gear extents,,
Is this starter work on a bellhousing mount - a '65 Chevy truck ? Flywheel is aftermarket 168 tooth behind a '71 small block. Thanks
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