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Old 07-31-2008, 12:57 PM   #4 (permalink)
John L.
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Just an idea if you attach to the engine, don't forget you can probably put something on the flywheel in the same way the starter drives the flywheel. If you found the right motor drive you could even have your starter be your regenerator, but a standard starter motor would probably be useless for this. Some engines have a dust cover on the bellhousing though, and you might be able to put something there that meshes with the flywheel teeth.
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