<VV> I don't understand this my simple short explaination

Hugo Miller hugo at aruncoaches.co.uk
Wed May 22 01:48:23 EDT 2019

So you're saying kicking back will cause the starter to break, not a 
weak battery? That makes more sense. Don't see why a weak battery would 
make it kick back though?

On 2019-05-20 13:56, N2VZD TIM via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Try a weak battery start on a std shift Corvair sometime if you have
> a starter nose to waste.
> Think on it , if the motor starts to turn over way too  slow , has
> spark and gas , it will get mad and kick back or grunt.. It does in
> starter drives even on other Pre computer   cars.. other things that
> do in starter noses / drives is timing too far advanced. Trying to
> start a warm motor with timing too far ahead will almost always 
> duplicate the situation. It will also speed up flywheel failure.
>  So if the car grunts when trying to start ,I would  stop and fix the
> problem before it does worse. If the flywheel is loose enough to do 
> in
> a stater , you have heard it rattle , or even felt the vibration at
> certain RPMs.Regards, Tim Colson 
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