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HD Starter
« on: October 30, 2005, 08:35:43 pm »
HD Starter
Post by Red Horse Racing on Jun 27, 2005, 3:59pm


Pretty much everyone knows by now, you almost need the heavy duty starter number 808726 on a 28CI that's been built at all. I can't do much here at low buck racing, but I can swap on the head from a 25CI model. A little clean up on the porting, and that's about it. Okay, I just splurged on a used aluminum flywheel.

That much for a single new part would all but break the budget, but I'm seeing a lot of used, larger engines, for less than the price of the starter.

My question is, is there a list somewhere of all the models that came with this starter? Spending an hour searching down every model number on every engine I see isn't cost efficient time wise. If I knew which engines to look for, maybe I could get lucky at the local salvage yard as well.

Dale, Red Horse Racing Team. featuring the Pony Express and heck Horse.

Re: HD Starter
Post by George Herrin on Jun 27, 2005, 7:57pm


350777-1137 and 1154, and 3560112-0112, 357777A-0113 and 380777-0142 and 381777-0110. That is it. Hard to find them easier to just buy the starter.
George

Re: HD Starter
Post by Red Horse Racing on Jun 28, 2005, 5:38pm


Thanks George!!! That's what I wanted to know. Guess that's part of why they are so expensive, eh?

I was quoted $173.20! I just saw on Don's site that he offers them for a lot less. By asking and shopping around, we just might make these girls run yet!

Dale, in Michigan

Re: HD Starter
Post by mowmanscott on Aug 14, 2005, 3:53pm


I would like to comit on the H-D starter I had a 350777-1137 blown engine given to me FREE (just take it a way) after reading most all the coloms in here I realised I saved alot of money on my 12 H-P I changed my head awile back my engine turned a little slow but, now what a differance thanks to a new H-D starter. this form is great. thanks scott

Re: HD Starter
Post by George Herrin on Aug 15, 2005, 11:06am


Way to mow Scott you are blessed. Do you realize how hard it is to find one of those engines. What ya gonna do with the blown parts.

Re: HD Starter
Post by mowmanscott on Aug 16, 2005, 6:30am


block, cam and crank are junk I saved the heads, carb and intake, oil cooler, flywheel, base,one piston and rod, coil and sheet meatel are you looking for some thing? scott