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Cranging rpm

Hi guys,
I'm having starting problems and one suggestion has been my cranking rpm is too low at 180. I have one of the Aussie hi torque starters. How does that compare to your cranking rpms with other starters?


Thx

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Aaaahhhhhh....I committed my own pet peeve..misspelling in the title. Sorry!


Now answer my question ye scurvy dogs, or I'll bring the site down again!
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And I was just about to roast you on WTF is a cranging rpm?!

I have no idea what mine is. Does my tach even register with just cranking, before the engine fires up? I've never looked and she's not yet fully awakend from her winter sleep for me to try. Some other skurvy dog will chime in I'm sure!

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