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07 Nov 2018 16:17 #1710 by Ken Thompson
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I second the Sky-Tech starter. Why spend the money to rebuild an out of date system? Convert and lose seven pounds in the process. Easier than going on a diet.
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03 Nov 2018 21:32 - 03 Nov 2018 22:28 #1705 by Gordie Meade
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SkyTech lightweight starter. Uses a button push to start and all the pull cable stuff comes out. Saves about 7 pounds too.

Mine did that some too. Mechanic tapped the starter gently with a ball peen hammer to get the brushes to make contact. I removed the starter and cleaned the brushes, Worked OK after that. New starter worked much better. Spins the prop faster also.
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03 Nov 2018 15:38 #1704 by terrence o'neill
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Delco Remy starter... pull to start..... many pulls to get contact ... now no contact and no start....
How can this be made reliable?
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Terrence
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03 Nov 2018 15:34 #1703 by terrence o'neill
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Jjust bought plane. Starter worked for four flights,bugt had tp pull starter several times. Now pulls to engage, but no power to starter mptgor.
IHow can this be fixed, to start reliably each time?
Thanks.
Terrence
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