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Old 12-12-2005, 16:48   #1 (permalink)
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hi torque starters for xflow

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I have tried to install an ED hi-torque starter motor on my xflow six fitted to a TD cortina. Unfortunately the solenoid fouls on the fire wall and the electrical connections are pressed up against the turbo dump pipe. Would anyone know if these starters come in different configurations of solenoid angle to bolt pattern, so the solenoid will tuck up closer to the block, and from what model cars they would sourced, eg, auto EA?

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Re: hi torque starters for xflow

You Could Try The Bosch Xf Hi Torque. I Think It Is Diferent From The Ed One You Have.
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Re: hi torque starters for xflow

I have recently bought a Bosch hi torque starter to suit from XM-AU or something.
Its not installed yet either..

So let me know what dimensions you need and if I get a chance Ill take some measurements or photos...
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Re: hi torque starters for xflow

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hi,

I have tried to install an ED hi-torque starter motor on my xflow six fitted to a TD cortina. Unfortunately the solenoid fouls on the fire wall and the electrical connections are pressed up against the turbo dump pipe. Would anyone know if these starters come in different configurations of solenoid angle to bolt pattern, so the solenoid will tuck up closer to the block, and from what model cars they would sourced, eg, auto EA?

cheers..
same starter fom x tp e series, but the e comes I think with a different soloniod position , about $125.00 from repco
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Re: hi torque starters for xflow

I've got the BXF129 bosch, apparently suit all ford 6. If you imagine a line between the mounting bolts, the solenoid is mounted at right angles to this line. What I need is about 45 degree from this line, if that makes sense.
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