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Old 02-11-2014, 07:11 AM   #1
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How different for starter between manual and tip car
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How different for starter between manual and tip car
Besides carrying different part numbers, the Tip equipped cars had a higher output starter rated at 1.8kW while the manual cars were rated at 1.7kW. The Tip cars also carried a larger battery.
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Besides carrying different part numbers, the Tip equipped cars had a higher output starter rated at 1.8kW while the manual cars were rated at 1.7kW. The Tip cars also carried a larger battery.
Good to know JFP. Is the Tip starter housing longer? What about the 996 starter?
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Good to know JFP. Is the Tip starter housing longer? What about the 996 starter?
I don't think there is a length difference, just its rating. I know the Tip units feel heavier, so it could be a difference in the internal windings.
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