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1961- 1963 Buick Riviera Electra NOS starter bearing plate 1956939

NORS Ignition Starter Switch 1965 35 Buick Electra & Full Size US 31 New No Box

100% New Premium Quality Starter Buick Electra, 1986-1990, 3.8L, 3.8, V6, 6307M

BUICK ELECTRA STARTER 3.8L 1986 1987 1988 1989 NEW

Quality-Built 3838S - Buick Electra 1.5 kW Delco Starter Clockwise Starter Motor

At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Buick Electra starters to ensure that you have every truck or car starter option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Buick Electra starters, so that whether you are looking for a aftermarket Buick Electra starter or a replacement Buick Electra starter or anything in between, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Buick Electra truck or car starter needs!

A starter motor is an essential part of your vehicle. Unfortunately starters are prone to wear and tend to fail when you least need it. If you suspect your starter is on its last legs we highly recommend stepping up to a new unit. Aftermarket starters will have your vehicle cranking over like it was a brand new machine. Here at Andy's Auto Sport we have a great selection of starters for you to choose from. Whether you want a simple OEM replacement or a high-torque unit for performance applications, you are sure to find the perfect starter for your needs in our extensive lineup.
If you are building a high-performance motor for racing or competition, the increase in compression makes it a lot more difficult for the starter to crank the engine over. This is also taxing on your battery and can lead to a reduced lifespan for both components. One solution is to upgrade to a gear reduction starter. These starters have more mechanical advantage so that they can more easily crank the engine and draw less current at the same time. In addition many of these gear reduction starters are compact and lightweight to give you a little extra edge over the competition. We think this is a great way to go for both street and race machines.
Q: What is a starter? Why buy one?
A: Starters are large electric motors that allow you to spin your engine over to get it started. If you have a high-performance motor it puts extra strain on the starter because the added compression in your motor makes it more difficult to spin over. While a replacement OEM starter may work ok for a stock application, a performance vehicle requires a performance starter to match. High-torque starters are available with gear reduction drives to spin your engine over faster without drawing as much current from your battery. This means faster starts and less wear and tear on your electrical system. In addition these high-torque starters are lighter weight providing an additional performance advantage. This is one upgrade that has no real down sides, so when it comes time to change your starter take a look at one of these high-torque units.

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