Electric starters. Gas pulleys and belts.

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  1. May 7, 2018 #1

    Daniel's Racing

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    This starter sold long ago but making more now.

    Building a batch of starters now. There is one left that has not been taken.
     
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    Starters are in stock and ready to ship.

    These are complete with LiPo and charge cable.

    $312 shipped in the U.S.
     
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    I have 2 starters in stock now.
     
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    Do you make an outboard cone for these starters? I have a similar starter and have had a hard time finding a cone.
     
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    I never did any because the starter itself is so ass backwards for a outboard. I was going to design one that was outboard friendly but refuse to put a cone on one of these and call it a outboard starter. I was going to make a outboard starter or in out combo starter but you hardly sell the regular ones so how long would you sit on one of those. Don't think it is worth doing.

    I can machine up the outboard cones easily but doing a one off on manual machine is very time consuming and would be hard to get what it is worth. It would be 2 hours from start to finish. Pretty much have to have the rubber insert in hand also so it means ordering one and shipping it here first. It would wind up being roughly a $100 part.  

    Then without your actual starter in hand how would I know the fit is perfect for the shaft. They are not all identical and vary by brand and there are 30 manufacturers of these starter motors.

    Want to help you get what you need.  Do you have a rubber insert you like to use already ?
     
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    I do not have a rubber insert yet. 
     
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    I have two complete starters ready to ship,
     
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    Not for Nitro use, or...?


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    I’m sure they’ll start any nitro or gas.  Looks like a superb long lasting unit. 
     
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    SOLD OUT !!!
     
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    I have one starter in stock. Ready to ship.

    Complete with starter, battery and charge cable.

    $314 shipped.

    Paypal is danielplace1962@yahoo.com
     
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    Would be interested in a starter if still available
     
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    Joe,'
    Yes sir I can build it for you asap. Approx. 7-10 day to ship once order has been received. The starter is usually done in 2-3 days the wait is for the battery to arrive.
    I don't usually stock the battery packs for the starters as I want them to be as fresh as possible.

    $314 shipped For starter, battery and charge cable.

    Paypal is danielplace1962@yahoo.com

    Thank you.
     
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    Payment sent, much appreciated
     
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    Joe,
    Paypal received. I will get you the tracking when it ships. Thank you.

    8-12 EDIT,
    Going to ship 8-14 most likely. Starter is done. Battery should be here tomorrow.
     
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    Joe,
    Starter is on the way.

    Here is your tracking,
    https://tools.usps.com/go/TrackConfirmAction_input?qtc_tLabels1=9407809699938662075410

    Always remove the battery pack from the starter when not in use. A case from Harbor freight is a good idea so you can store them apart but in same case so you don't forget your starter pack at home.

    Please charge safely. Always balance charge. This pack is 3S 11.1 volt and 4000 mah

    Do all your charging on non combustible surface and nothing around that could catch fire.

    Never contain the battery during charging. A metal can with open top usually pretty good. You should never leave it unattended while charging. Store pack at less than 75% capacity. Never drain it below 10 volts.

    Mode LiPo Balance
    Voltage or cell count 3 X 3.7 volt or 3S (11.1 volt)
    Charge Rate 4 amps
     
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