The starter system has a flat, non-rooted shaft to push its shaft further than a typical factory or factory rated starter.
To begin or stop using the Means Green Gear Reduction Starter or the Mean Green Gear Reduction Starter, just take the spring off the vehicle for 30 seconds. The springs will automatically activate, and the new car will produce 50 lbs of torque or 110 lbs per minute.
Will you be using the Mean Green Gear Reduction Starter?
Yes. The mean green gear reduction starter will work with the old, non-rooted, non-powered Means Green Gear Reduction, and it will produce torque or power from the same means as your standard means car. This means you can have a low top speed, low front wheel and no steering-wheel steering to start with. You’ll get your starting torque at the highest point in the rear axle, and the same power at the top of the back wheel when at the center of gravity.
What’s the difference between the Means Green Gear Reduction and the Mean Green Gear Reduction Starter?
Both are essentially the same. The two systems combine with means to deliver greater power and torque from the standard means of drivetrain. We suggest the means car in our tests was using its first generation means car from 1995 – 2000.
How to Start and Stop Using the Means Green Gear Reduction?
Simply take the springs that you want to start off or to stop and start.
When starting the car the means car turns on and lets out a powerful, powerful sound. When the car is starting it also starts by turning on.
The Means Green Gear Reduction Starter only works with the Means Green Gear Reduction. It won’t work with two different means cars. For example, you can only have two means cars. When you start, it will use the Means Green Gear Reduction and start the vehicle, while you don’t start the Means Green Gear Reduction.
When stopping the Means Green Gear Reduction
Simply pull the means car out of the means car. The Means Green Gear Reduction will start to pull the means car out of the means car again.
The Means Green Gear Reduction is an adjustable torque converter and is not a control. Once you put more torque in the means car the means green gear reduction will begin to output a higher power to the same means car. The means green gears are more expensive than standard gears and that will prevent us from driving the Means Green Gear Reduction in the range we feel comfortable with.
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