Powermaster 19300 PowerMAX Plus Starter, 1965-87 Mopar V8
Chrysler Small Block V8, Chrysler Big Block V8, 1.4 kW / 1.9 hp Starter Output (kW/hp), Chrome
Powermaster PowerMAX Plus starters are rated up to 14:1 compression with a 3.7:1 gear reduction and up to 1.9HP, producing 170 Ft/Lbs of cranking torque. PowerMAX Plus starters have an available aluminum "nose" style for pilot hole applications. All Powermaster starters come with their dyno-tested proof of performance guarantee. Made in USA.
- Powermaster 19300
- PowerMAX Plus starter
- 170 Ft/Lbs Torque
- 3.7:1 Gear Reduction
- 1.4 kW
- 1.9 HP
- Cast aluminum mounting block w/ nose cone
- Chrome Finish
- Fits: 1965-1987 Mopar V8
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