"Featuring Sky-Tec’s Exclusive KPS® Kickback Protection System, Sky-Tec’s NL-series of starters fit all Lycoming powered aircraft. Unmatched duty cycle capabilities and durability on even the hardest starting 12V aircraft. Now available as factory original equipment on nearly all new Lycoming-powered airplanes. No other starter is manufactured to more exacting standards for quality, reliability and workmanship than Sky-Tec Lycoming starters. All NL-series starters are FAA-PMA certified as replacement parts for all non-geared, flat Lycoming engines. Sky-Tec NL-series starters fit without modification or 337 paperwork. At only 9.4 lbs., the NL-series is the lightest Bendix-free inline available. Generous two-year warranty."
This starter is unbelievable, worth every dime! Turns my 300hp O540 three times as fast as standard starter , should have bought this years ago !
Excellent service from Aircraft spruce !
Great starter and great service
Arrived on schedule as promised. Great starter so far. Installed last week. Pleasure doing business with Aircraft Spruce.
Starter arrived quickly and just as ordered.
Great product, works well and priced fair.
Works Great. Lighter than old one.
arrived sooner than I expected, very happy about that. Well packed and protected.
I replaced my Kelly starter with this new Sky-Tec 149-NL starter (PA28R-180) and what an improvement in cranking speed. Bravo, and I saved ~ 6 pounds to boot. Thing is that the +B lead will need to be extended ~ 1.5 in. in order to connect to the new starter. In my case, I had enough slack in the starter wiring so this was not a problem.
Just put it on O320 h2ad. So far so good. Just read the warning that is attached to starter so you dont burn it up. It has a sticker that you attach inside the plane. Warn all other pilots to observe this. Also its light weight is awesome. Mechanic did have to cut shroud on right side (from pilot seat) but it Left a gap on left side of shroud due to smaller size than the original. He said we need to attach flexible material to seal it. Also had to pull electric wire that goes to starter forward to reach bolt. we had enough slack but if yours is already tight that may be an issue but one easily fixed. F.y.i. I have only started it 4 times so far. God bless.
125-220A @ 110V, 140 RPM Test.
Do not crank for more than 10 seconds, and allow 20 seconds of cool down time in between attempts. Repeat up to 6 times then allow starter to cool for 30 minutes.
No, the 24V version is Part # 08-07059.