Powermaster 9500 Chevy Gear Reduction Starter-168 Tooth, Straight Bolt
Chevy Big Block V8, Automatic and Manual Transmission Type, Mini Starter Size, Natural
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This lightweight high-torque gear reduction starter clears all headers and oil pans where original equipment starters won't. Fits both small block and big block Chevy V8.
- No Heat Soak Problems
- Clears All Headers
- Clears Oil Pans, OE Location
- Billet Aluminum Adapter Block
- 4.4:1 Gear Reduction Ratio
- 200 ft. lbs. of torque.
- Cranking Power For up to 18:1 Compression
- Mounting Bolts Included
- Dyno Test Results Included
- Weight: 8.0 lbs.
910-67455 Instructions (PDF)
Powermaster's warranty is one year from the date of purchase on all street rod components, and 90 days for any component use for an off road or race application.
Powermaster will provide technical support regarding warranty claims and inquiries directly to the purchaser to help resolve any warranty claims or necessary technical support for warranty resolution. Component or components can be returned to Speedway Motors as long as the product is still under warranty.
All customer service inquiries pertaining to warranty and defect claims are to be handled by Speedway Motors if under one year street or 90 days race. If the product is out of warranty please contact Powermaster direct to discuss their repair and return program.
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