I'm in the process of updating and writing the new 4th edition Camaro book. I am running into a lot of conflicting information on the starter motors and what was used for some of the automatic and manual transmission combinations. If anyone has info that can be confirmed, or an original car that can be checked, it would be deeply appreciated.
The 1969 Z28 uses the 1108367, which is used with a 153 tooth flywheel, the SS350 (L48 4-speed) uses the larger dia flywheel, 168 tooth count, 1108338 starter motor according to the Delco book and John Pirkle. This Delco book also calls out the Powerglide trans using the same 168 tooth flywheel and this same 8338 starter motor too. However, the GM parts book call out a 153 tooth flywheel for the Turbo 350 trans and Powerglide. This has been a train wreck to figure out and I suspect that original cars would help this situation so I can have the data correctly written in my 4th edition book when it comes out later this fall.
If anyone can help, will be glad to give you credit in the book for your help. I don't have the time to spend hours on end trying to break the code on this.
Another note regarding manual trans cars, according to the Delco book, the base 307 and 327 used starter motor 1108361. What is not clear is whether or not the LM1 and 350-250hp engines used this same starter or the 1108367. Both appclacations use the same size flywheel.
Any help here appreciated,