Mark, do you have any other photos you could post? How clockable is this, and will it fit on a 930 long case attached to an LS motor (Kennedy parts)? My problem right now is that I've had to modify my current gear-reduction starter to be clocked in a position not normally possible, and I wonder if this will provide more flexibilitiy in that aspect.
Take a look at the Hi Torque starters. They have all types of clockable mounts. Surely you can find one that will work. I got one for my 351 to 930 that allowed me to move the solenoid(?) so it wouldn't hit the frame of my 40. Automotive
Thanks Bill. That's what I've got, but I still had to modified it for about 40 degrees more clocking, but I really need about 10 degrees more than that to keep it from ever-so-lightly rubbing the CV joint body. Unless someone makes one with planetary gears so that it can be clocked 360 degrees, I'm out of luck.