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  • Starter and Clutch
    12 Volt
    Sky-Tec
    Lightweight

    Part#: KCST2

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    New/Outright

    Price: $650.00

    Core: $0.00

    The KCST2 starter is an Aircraft Starter meant for Continental engines. This Aircraft Starter has some key features that differentiate it from other Aircraft Starters:

    • Weight: 8.9 lbs
    • Voltage: 12V
    • RPM: ~100-140 RPM at 11V
    • Power: 1.0kW
    • Motor: Wound Field

    Sky-Tec Flyweight Starters & Solenoids Aircraft Fit Guide:

    Engine Model:

    Complete STC pull-start conversion kit for O-series engines incl. starter, switch, wiring, placard & STCs.

    Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter Resources:

    SkyTec Aircraft Starter Fit Guide

    Q: What are the dimensions of the 149-NL Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter?

    A: The aircraft starter dimensions can be found in the installation instructions. Here is a link to that information: http://www.skytecair.com/images/Ins/25001_F.pdf

    Q: What does the HT stand for on my Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter?

    A: HT stands for High-Torque Aircraft Starter. These are ideally suited for piston helicopters and workhorse operations according to Sky-Tec.

    Q: Is my Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter spinning too fast?

    A: The short answer is no your Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter can't outrun your engine. Here is a link to a more thorough explanation from Sky-Tec on their Aircraft Starters: http://www.skytecair.com/Too_Fast.htm

  • Details

    The KCST2 starter is an Aircraft Starter meant for Continental engines. This Aircraft Starter has some key features that differentiate it from other Aircraft Starters:

    • Weight: 8.9 lbs
    • Voltage: 12V
    • RPM: ~100-140 RPM at 11V
    • Power: 1.0kW
    • Motor: Wound Field
  • Engine Applications

    Sky-Tec Flyweight Starters & Solenoids Aircraft Fit Guide:

    Engine Model:

    Complete STC pull-start conversion kit for O-series engines incl. starter, switch, wiring, placard & STCs.

  • Resources

    Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter Resources:

    SkyTec Aircraft Starter Fit Guide

  • FAQs

    Q: What are the dimensions of the 149-NL Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter?

    A: The aircraft starter dimensions can be found in the installation instructions. Here is a link to that information: http://www.skytecair.com/images/Ins/25001_F.pdf

    Q: What does the HT stand for on my Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter?

    A: HT stands for High-Torque Aircraft Starter. These are ideally suited for piston helicopters and workhorse operations according to Sky-Tec.

    Q: Is my Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter spinning too fast?

    A: The short answer is no your Sky-Tec Aircraft Starter can't outrun your engine. Here is a link to a more thorough explanation from Sky-Tec on their Aircraft Starters: http://www.skytecair.com/Too_Fast.htm