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3 hp starter will sort out the drag..got one on the bantam.that swings a 14.7 c/r motor..
Got it from topspeed
Cant say on the battery. I have one to run the msd..no alternator so its charged at home.
Is it man enough? Im concerned it wont crank the motor. And if it will... not for long.
It just doesnt look big enough.
The blower adds a lot of drag when cranking over to start.
I am using one of these, fits under the passenger seat perfect.
Ebay has plenty of suppliers.
Thats the one above, mate runs one on a 302.
You could try one of these. This is in Irene's 318 Chrysler moggy .
There are small high power batteries around now, alternatively maybe 2 small batteries wired in parallell may be an option?
I have an Optima red top.
I dont really know much about smaller bateries. The Optima is pretty small.
Which one do you mean?
Wont one of those teeny tiny ones fit?............
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