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87 350 one piece seal flywheel 153 or 168 tooth

im trying to fig out what flywheel i have cuz im looking for a high torgue starter and im not sure what i have. any help would be great.
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If you can measure the diameter of the flexplate/fly wheel you can determine your tooth count. A 14" diameter plate will be 168 toophasiz. 12-3/4" will be 153 toophs.
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I just bought a Powemaster Ultra Torque starter for my crate Fastburn 350. I believe the model number is 9400 it will fit either a 153 or 168 tooth flwheel and it is a real brute. I did have one of the mini Delco knockoff's and didn't like the way the bendix was slow about disengaging after the engine started, it sounded terrible. This starter is awesome, it spins the Fstburn over about twice as fast as the Delco knockoff, and the bendix disengages when it's supposed to. It has a machined aluminum mounting plate with three different clock positions for the starter. It also came with a set of the proper bolts.

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Count the teeth next time
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What car is it out of? Is it a flywheel, or a flexplate? The late 80s/early 90s fbodys usually have 153-tooth flexplates, if that is any help.
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