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Starter - High Performance Delco Style Starter - Gear Reduction - Cadmium / Natural - 168 Tooth Flywheel - Chevy V8 - Each.
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1991-1993 L05 (5.7L) engine with 168-tooth flywheel, Delco starter SD300, 9-tooth pinion Also there is a 1992-1996 Corvette starter considered as a light weight (9 lbs), hi-performance one in Caprice Impala community. The starter is made in Japan by Nippon Denso, which produces most starters for Japanese cars and trucks.
It may feature a 6 bolt flywheel like the 2 L. I can't remember. If you have the 105 tooth, you need the bellhousing that used the thick spacer (like 1600) and mechanical clutch, or you can use the diaphragm clutch, hydraulic, with the larger flywheel and different starter spruel drive, depending on the crank bolt pattern.
A 168-tooth flywheel requires the starter with the nose having the two bolts the same length and staggered. The 153 tooth starter has the bolt holes that are straight across from each other, one short and one long. Look at the starter motor you have and get the appropriate flex plate.
Starter High Torque 3.75:1 Gear Reduction Black/Gold 153/168 Tooth Flywheel Chevy V6/V8 Pit Stop USA offers GM Performance Parts High Torque Starter 3.75:1 Gear Reduction Black/Gold 153/168 Tooth Flywheel - Chevy V6/V8 at low everyday prices.
10 tooth drive gear NOTE: Merc does not use model years. This starter and MOT3001N above are both in the same catalog. Please count the teeth on yours to verify. They are identical except for tooth count . $168.00
(Internal balance, 168-tooth) Dual bolt patterns, 10-3/4" and 11-1/2" Flexplate O.D. 14.09" Center Hole 2-1/2" Make sure you choose the correct flywheel for your application by reading our tech article. Small Block Chevy - How to Choose a Flexplate. And the ONLY flywheels with this additional weight were the 168 tooth versions. Many SB cars got the 168 tooth flywheel, and MOST trucks (BB or SB) got the 168 tooth flywheel. MOST of the lo-perf SB cars, such as a 283, 307, 327 2bl or 350 2bl, got the smaller 13in 153 tooth flywheel. Up until 1962, the ONLY size flywheel was the 168 tooth version.