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Old 04-22-2005, 08:05 PM
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Mini starters and a Muncie 4 speed question 4 the pros.

Does anybody have any good reviews about their mini starters, im thinkin about gettin one and i dont wanna waste my $$$ that i worked all week 2 get? The mini starters come with a straight bolt pattern and 2 different mounting options, so they'll work with both 153 and 168 right?

My next ? is this: If im runnin 4:11 gears out back in a 84 Z28 Camaro with a mild 350, should i go ahead and keep the TH-350 or have more fun with a Muncie 4 speed? Im not all that good with gear ratios, i mean i understand it, but i dont have very much experience with it and i dont wanna thrash my beautiful rearend that came with the car. So if i wanted 2 put in a 4 speed would i go close or wide on the gears? Im thinkin wide, but then again im worried about that gradually build up on speed, like the big diesel truck trannys that take 4 ever 2 get up 2 gear, and ive never owned a 4speed so i dont know about this, but 1 of my friends said that id need a wide ratio for the 4:11's, but id have 2 put up with the gradual build up of speed, does he need a slap in the face or handshake?

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Yes the mini starter has 2 inline bolt patterns for either ring gear/flywheel. But some older blocks do not have the inner hole. You have to drill and tap a hole.
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well thank god mines already got 2 mounting locations, i hate drilling and tapping.
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