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Electric starter

Does anybody use a electric starter on there deisel? I have a 2005 6.0 and was told they make a delay kit for like 60 extra bucks for the electric starter kits for deisels. just curious if this is a bad idea or wont hurt anything?

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You mean an electric remote start? Because the starter is electric.



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haha yes. any1?

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You mean an electric remote start? Because the starter is electric.
Beat me to it lol

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is their another type of stater available, besides electric? I might be interested in upgrading
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Air starters, dunno if they make one for a PSD tho

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Yea air or hydraulic. BIG motors though that they start.

A lot of ppl run the Viper remote start. That's about all I know. I'd like one too.



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Ok.. now that we learned our starters are electric powered..

On to the electric remote starter.. lol

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Yea air or hydraulic. BIG motors though that they start.

A lot of ppl run the Viper remote start. That's about all I know. I'd like one too.
x2 on the viper, thats what seems to be used round here

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Thank you. I will b looking into these.

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