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Note: The LS Solenoid is at the 2:30 position and the PM Solenoid is at the 7:30 position when viewed from the front.
PLEASE READ THIS CAUTION BEFORE USING THE TABLE BELOW! THE PRIMARY SOURCE OF FIT DATA IS THE AIRCRAFT FIT GUIDE THAT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE. USE THIS CROSS REFERENCE TABLE ONLY IF NO OTHER AIRFRAME DATA IS AVAILABLE OR TO REPLACE LISTED MANUFACTURER’S STARTER WITH A SKY-TEC. AS WITH ALL STARTER MODEL RECOMMENDATIONS IN THIS GUIDE, PLEASE FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF WITH NUMBERED ITEMS ON PAGE 2 OF THIS FIT GUIDE. THESE RECOMMENDATIONS ARE ONLY A GUIDE. THE INSTALLING MECHANIC HAS ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ENSURING THAT THE STARTER IS FULLY COMPATIBLE WITH THE AIRFRAME AND ENGINE BEFORE INSTALLING THE STARTER.
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Any unit being returned for core or warranty core credit shall be, as removed from the engine, complete and not disassembled. No core or warranty core credit will be allowed for automotive units. Units that are rusty or cannot be overhauled for any reason will be classified as scrap, having no value. Units which have been weld repaired, as well as units which have been disassembled and then reassembled with old parts, will also be classified as scrap, having no value. A percentage of the core value will be charged for all missing or damaged parts. At no time will the damaged or missing parts charge on any unit exceed the core value of that unit.
1. Core will only be accepted for credit 12 months from date of invoice.
2. Cores returned in excess of cores invoiced will not be accepted.
3. Cores must be of like purchase, a directly superseded unit or replaced unit when installing an STC'd product.
4. Competitive product cores are acceptable returns.
5. Cores must have a legible data tag for part and serial number verification.
Note: Customer will need to provide core for overhaul in the event our supplier does not have cores available to overhaul.
Works great! Starts the engine!
SKY-TEC STARTER 122-12PM PMAD
First off, Hartzell who makes the Sky-Tec starter is a phenomenal company with outstanding, over the top customer service. That said, the 122-12LS starter model does not appear to be a good choice for a Velocity canard/pusher aircraft. We have had the same problem with two new 122-12LS starters we had. The smaller format and armature of the 122-12LS appears to not tolerate heat very well. The engine on a Velocity and other rear propeller aircraft (e.g., Long-EZ) run much warmer than front prop installations such as an RV. The increased radiant heat appears to affect this particular starter negatively resulting in it not being able to start the engine after flight. The 122-12LS may work fine on a front propeller aircraft but it appears to not do well on a pusher aircraft with its higher temperatures. In the end. Hartzell replaced our starter with a 122-NL which is working perfectly. Great company...Im a customer for life.
Starter came quickly and now plane starts first try every time.
SKY-TEC STARTER 122-12PM PMAD
The 149-12LS starter fits a Mooney M20F Executive with a fuel injected Lycoming IO360A1A engine. The fit guide lists a starter that is too long and will not fit. I called sky tech and found out. Check the installation drawing and measure before you buy.
Fantastic starters! My first set lasted over 2000 hours worth no issues. Very lite and they spin fast and smooth!
My starter failed after 1400 hours on my Cessna T206H. Purchased this replacement and it just worked as it should. 3 year warranty. Would recomend.
Perfect just what we needed
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Yes, these are now subject to core exchange.
125-220A @ 11V.
This is covered by STC SE00218NY. The STC covers the engine, not the airframe. The paperwork is not in the box but it can be downloaded from Sky-Tec website.
The power terminal is M6 X 1.0MM and the two S terminals are M8 X 1.25MM.
They are essentially the same starter but the XLT is lighter. 7.8 lbs vs 6.5 lbs.