For High-Horsepower, High-Compression Engines!
Tuff Stuff's Mini Denso Gear Reduction Starters are hand-built from premium quality new components for long-term durability, and tested and manufactured in the USA. These starters are designed for high-horsepower, high-compression engines in muscle cars, hot rods, trucks, and daily-drivers. Mini denso gear reduction starters feature heavy-duty armatures, premium quality ball bearings, 100% copper band field coils, thicker solenoid contacts and 1-piece steel motor housings, all in-which provide maximum strength, dependability and cranking power. Gear reduction style starters are considerably smaller and lighter than the OE starters and incorporate a mounting block that can be indexed to gain additional clearance for oil pans and headers. Available in chrome or zinc finish and for most popular GM, Ford and Chrysler applications.
- Designed for high-horsepower, high-compression engines
- Heavy duty armatures
- Premium quality ball bearings
- 100% copper band field coil
- Thicker solenoid contacts
- 1-piece steel motor housing
- Smaller and lighter than the OE starters
- Indexed mounting block for additional oil pan and header clearance
- Chrome or zinc finish
- For most popular GM, Ford and Chrysler applications
- Includes mounting bolts and shims where applicable
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