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    jabiru starter

    Hi all, Best wishes to everyone, hope we get some good weather this year. I'm looking for some info on Jabiru starter motors, I need a new Bendix, So anyone know what motor they are used on, or even better a part number Cheers


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    Hello Gary,

    Might be worth looking on: https://jabcamit.groups.io/g/main/topics

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    Funny enough i have had problems with my Jabiru starter recently and took it to a Starter Motor repair company who fix a problem on it.
    Prior to this i tried to find out what the make and model of the starter motor was, without much success.

    From what i found out, it looks like Jabiru used a Bosch starter motor but changed the end housing so the starter would fit the mounting on the engine.
    but not sure if they also changed the bendix.

    However on newer engines Jabiru change the Starter for a more powerful one.

    The early starters had a Black housing whilst the later one were in a silver metal housing.

    I believe these were the details for the Black housing starter
    Bosch: SR228X (remanufactured)
    GM: 94851316
    ND: 128000 - 442
    128000 - 4420
    128000 - 4421
    128000 - 578
    Toyota:
    28100 - 16020
    28100 - 16110
    28100 - 16120

    and the newer starter. again problems with identifying that but found this on http://www.jabiruowner.co.uk/

    The starter motor used on a Jabiru is
    automotive in origin but the mounting is definately Jabiru's own. The
    motor and body on earlier starters was Bosch I believe but for most of
    the last decade they were Nippon Denso. Type "2-1065-ND-2 Corolla" into
    Google and see what comes up - you will find it's the starter from a
    88-92 Toyota Corolla.

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    Cheers guys, just what i was after


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