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PowerMaster XS Torque

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MSRP: $245.00
Average Price: $272.00
Manufacturer: PowerMaster
Recommended?
Yes: 1 / No: 1

XS TORQUE-THE choice for highly modified engines or where heat soak or space limitation is a concern (street rods or street machines with close header clearance).
- 4.4:1 Gear reduction
- No heat soak problems
- Recommended for 18:1 Compression
- Machined aluminum adapter block
- Clears MOST oil pans and headers
- Very high efficiency rating
- Weighs 8.5 lbs

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tomasmagus
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tomasmagus's Reviews

08-29-2009, 07:05 PM
Price: $299.00
Pros: Definately has it's own sound, much different then stock starters. Sounds strong but only sounds that way.
Cons: Started messing up after only 6 months of use, took about 1 year 3 months before it died on me.
Recommended? No

Comments: Product started messing up after only 6 months, started get weak and barely start Jeep every once in a while. I should have returned it then but I didn't. It was a little over a year after I got it when it self destructed (warranty ends at one year, nice huh). The gear that goes into the flywheel totally broke up, and there was nothing left when I took the starter off. Now I have to worry about the missing gear and wonder if it's still in the bellhousing and if it might screw up my clutch or flywheel. This could have been a lemon starter but im not wasting any more time with powermaster. Man it's a crap shoot with auto parts these days, where did all the quality parts go.


nrpalmer32

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nrpalmer32's Reviews

04-24-2008, 04:16 PM
PowerMaster XS Torque
Price: $245.00
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Very nice product, very well built. Once you install this, you can hear the difference, sounds like its starting a semi-truck. I recommend this to anyone looking for a new starter



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