starter's - crome or torque- which is better

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Old 01-17-03, 09:51 AM
SaDow
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Thumbs up starter's - crome or torque- which is better

I am buying a new starter for my iroc-z ,350 tpi v-8 . I really want to get the crome one from summit , but PAW has a high torque one that cheaper. how important is torque any way . should I get the high torque and just polish it by hand? let me know what you think
 
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Old 01-17-03, 11:29 AM
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An OEM Delco rebuilt starter is fine in most cases. Properly shield it from the exhaust.
 
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Old 01-17-03, 08:34 PM
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Like we used to say in High School...
If it ain't fast, chrome it!

You got many people climbing under that 350 to look at your starter??? If it's a show car chrome is the way to go. It's going to turn purple first time it hits a water puddle hot.
Unless you've really, I mean really, beefed up your engine internals you don't need high torque, do what Joe said and go back with the Delco. Save your $$$ for chrome someone can actually see.
 
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Old 01-20-03, 06:05 AM
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Well put Dan .

I can tell you there are cars out there that will eat other cars alive and are using an OEM stock starter.

I can't see that your engine is souped up enough to need that. Either that, or you have a heat shield missing or exhaust right against a starter which would give you a hot crank problem.

Save your money.
 
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