Shuttle ZX

Shuttle ZX

Post by Lineha » Sat, 24 Apr 1999 04:00:00



I have a Milwaukee that has no lag time and turns 1100 rpm.  After the 1st
start up of the day it takes maybe 5 turns to start the engine.  It even
started my brother's never before started MDS.  So they DO work!
Thanks,
Chris
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Post by Simon Reev » Sat, 24 Apr 1999 04:00:00


I have a pull start ans have mastered first time starts.  The benefit is I
don't have to carry any extra batteries or motors and stuff.  Very handy if
you stall in the field, I only have to carry the little glow plug starter
thingy (i assume it has a real name, but don't know it :-))

Why don't more people use pull starts?  It's surely cheaper.  Am I just
lucky?

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> Need to know an economical way to make this a top start.


 
 
 

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Post by Gar » Sat, 24 Apr 1999 04:00:00


My 12V starter now only takes one turn to start the engine after the
first start of the day.   I had a hell of a time with the cordless
drill

Gary

Quote:
>I have a Milwaukee that has no lag time and turns 1100 rpm.  After the 1st
>start up of the day it takes maybe 5 turns to start the engine.  It even
>started my brother's never before started MDS.  So they DO work!
>Thanks,
>Chris
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Post by Mike » Sat, 24 Apr 1999 04:00:00


Pull starts are not common around california much anymore. The Z-TS pretty much
took over as the standard start system for a Shuttle.

Mike

Quote:

> I have a pull start ans have mastered first time starts.  The benefit is I
> don't have to carry any extra batteries or motors and stuff.  Very handy if
> you stall in the field, I only have to carry the little glow plug starter
> thingy (i assume it has a real name, but don't know it :-))

> Why don't more people use pull starts?  It's surely cheaper.  Am I just
> lucky?


> > Need to know an economical way to make this a top start.