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Starter Motor Range
In starters that use Direct Drive, the armature shaft of the starter motor is attached directly to the drive mechanism. Although “gear reduction” technically takes place between the starter’s pinion gear and the ring gear on the flywheel or flex plate, the pinion gear itself rotates in a 1:1 ratio with the armature shaft.
BOSCH TYPE – 12V/2.8KW
LUCAS TYPE M45 / M127 IN BOSCH DESIGN (12 V - 2.8 KW)
M45/M127.... STARTER MOTOR – 2.1 - 2.7 KW
Gear reduction starters use gears to reduce the speed of a higher-speed electric motor in order to extract more torque at the flywheel end of the starter. Two typical designs are Offset Gear Reduction and Planetary Gear Reduction. In the former, the motor armature and Bendix drive are not in-line, whereas in the latter they are lined up.