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I should know this, but I either have a 66 or a 67 396 in my 70 chevelle backed by a th400. I need to buy a new stsrter because heat soak is killing them one that i have. My question is, do I have a 153 or a 168 tooth flywheel/flexplate and do i need a in-line bolt or staggered pattern starter.
 

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SS.....I am as about as negative on old time starters as one can be. We put new ignitions, radiators, wires, heads and all the other technological goodies buy commonly use the old time starters.

The advantages of a mini starter are: light weight, fits all gear rings, higher torque, clears headers, easy to install, easier on battery, less current to operate, less current to operate, less current to operate, well.....you get the picture....won't heat soak. And, sounds cooooooooool!

I recommend either Powermaster or TuffStuff. TuffStuff is the up and coming product.

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