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Part fits the following years:1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976


1968-76 Cadillac Starter, XS Torque (200-Ft./Lbs.) Chrome Finish - 168-Tooth

Part# CH26376


Mfg# 19500

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OPGI Price: $341.99


Part Type: (P) High Performance, designed to improve performance
Years: Sold As: EACH
2017 Cadillac Catalog Page: 152


Maximum-performance for up to 18:1 compression engines

  • NOTE1: The 168-tooth starters are available with "Infi-Clock", which allows the starter body to be clocked in virtually any position, thus allowing for maximum clearance in tight spaces.
  • NOTE2: These products are warranted against defects in workmanship and materials for a period of one year.
  • NOTE3: These high-performance items are not eligible for any further discounts or promotional pricing.

These powerful starters are great for high-compression or difficult-to-start engines. With 200-ft./lbs. of torque and a 4.4:1 gear reduction, these Powermaster "XS Torque" starters will spin over any engine where tight spaces or heat soak are problems. They clear almost all header and oil pan configurations and weigh only 8.5 pounds. Available for 153-tooth or 168-tooth flywheels/flexplates.

For 368-425 and 472-500 C.I. motors. Not for bellhousing mount.

Make & ModelYear RangeApplication Details
Chevrolet Chevelle1964-1977 ** 168-Tooth
Chevrolet Malibu1978-1988 ** 168-Tooth
Chevrolet El Camino1964-1977 ** 168-Tooth
Chevrolet El Camino1978-1988 ** 168-Tooth
Chevrolet Monte Carlo1970-1977 (168-Tooth)
Chevrolet Monte Carlo1978-1988 ** 168-Tooth
Cadillac1968-1976 - 168-Tooth
Buick Regal1978-1987 ** 168-Tooth
Buick T-Type1978-1987 ** 168-Tooth
Buick Grand National1978-1987 ** 168-Tooth
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