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I have a 1975 Sno Jet 440cc it has a hole for a starter but no teeth on the flywheel . wondering if there was starter for it. Also if they did does anybody have one plus flywheel. I'm getting to dam old for pulling on this.
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I think they were using Yamaha motors by then. I would check and see if any will interchange, it might be esier to find one for a yamaha than a sno-jet. I had a 73 440 with the twin 440 in it. It was a fast sled for the year, just couldn't keep the half moon keys in the crank and clutch.
 

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Well this one is fast and can pick up the skis whan you hit it. It starts good most of the time but can be a bear when it don't. Forget what the compression was when I checked it but it was up good. IF I found a starter for it I would need a flywheel too.
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vwghiarob said:
I think they were using Yamaha motors by then. I would check and see if any will interchange, it might be esier to find one for a yamaha than a sno-jet. I had a 73 440 with the twin 440 in it. It was a fast sled for the year, just couldn't keep the half moon keys in the crank and clutch.
 

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I don't see anything on the motor to tell me what brand it is. Will look it over again and see if I can find anything. It has a stamp saying what cc it is.
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vwghiarob said:
I think they were using Yamaha motors by then. I would check and see if any will interchange, it might be esier to find one for a yamaha than a sno-jet. I had a 73 440 with the twin 440 in it. It was a fast sled for the year, just couldn't keep the half moon keys in the crank and clutch.
 
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