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Old 02-10-2009, 04:43 PM
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Summit SUM-820323-M Starter

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http://store.summitracing.c...N=700+0&autoview=sku

Racecar cranking power.
SummitŪ lightweight Nippondenso-type Protorque starters offer a 4.0:1 gear-reduction ratio and a whopping 1.9 HP. That's 222 ft.-lbs of racecar cranking power. If that's not enough, there are even more powerful 3.1 HP monsters, which are a pound lighter! They have a 4.44:1 reduction ratio and churn out an awesome 342 ft.-lbs. of torque. Both of these powerhouses are suitable for engines up to 502 c.i.d., and compression ratios of up to 18.0:1. GM versions are adjustable for four mounting positions; Ford types, for 18. A gold dichromate finish prevents corrosion and electrical shorts on both.

Anyone use this starter before, this isn't for my DD but it will get a lot of use. My engine is a SBC 10-1 compression and is a bear to turn over. My starter died and I need a new one. This one is about $150 cheaper than the Titon.

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i'd say get it and see how you like it. according to how it was presented by summit, it should be able to handle your cranking needs with little effort. summit has as well always been amazing with customer service so even if it wasn't all the specs made it out to be, you could return it for a different model. buy it and let us know!
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I contacted the person that made my install kit and he said this one is a direct bolt on

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku

Plus its about $30 cheaper If it doesn't work out I can always go back to the first one.

So has anyone used the Powermaster 9004
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