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    What starter to buy

    What kind of starter would you buy for a 15.1 632ci.I have the small CVR starter that has been a great starter but it doen't have the power to turn this engine fast enough and start it.Just wondering what everyone else is using on the big cube motors.

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    May 2005
    Dexter, New Mexico


    You'll get alot of opinions on this, but I'm sold on the GPE starters. Really good people to work with too. 8) JB

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Jan 2006
    I'm not partical to them, just because i sell them and i donot sell on RJ, but the ProComp PC2106 is a 3HP with 4.1 gear reduction and i've sold over 30 of them and have never had one returned in 4 yrs.(i won't sell you one here on RJ), but you can get one from their website and it will cost you less than any other starter listed that i know of.



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    yes a lot of opinons, i like the #9400 powermaster from summit, i've gone thru the starter game and this works even beter than there more expensive 9400 that i sent back. if you dont already have the 16 volt there is another step again. one you have the 16 v you'll never go back. i have great luck with the 16-12 volt v-power from jegs, 565 ci 15.1

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Mar 2003
    I would check into the CSR 24 Volt set up. Very nice, but is a little pricey. We have run th CSR Platinum series stuff with no problems.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    Sep 2007
    Belleville, IL

    I've been running the 2.4 HP CSR for almost 8 years now without any issues at all.

    This was on a 505 with 11.5:1 static compression, plus the drag of a 10-71 blower on top. That starter on 12V provides plenty of cranking speed with a 168T flexplate to spin the motor at a speed that the mag will fire.

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    Senior Member RACING JUNKIE
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    May 2003
    Coldwater, MI

    Tilton Super Starter, I've had 2 of these for years one for the trailer and one for the car. Right now I have it on a 582 with 14:1 compression.

    Another tip for big inch motors, a start retard is a nice thing to use.

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    Junior Member SHOW GUEST
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    Dec 2003
    New Hampshire
    I have never had a problem with the Big Tilton super starter, I currently have one with 16 volts- cranks like a son of a gun on a 555.

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