Martyn Raybould

Martyn Raybould

Powerlite Microstart – Is the smallest, most powerful unit ever built for the A-Series engine.

Powerlite Units is the leading manufacturer and supplier of high-performance rotating electrics for classic, performance, competition and kit cars. As such the Powerlite range is constantly being developed and expanded by our expert design team.

This latest innovation – The Microstart – is the smallest, most powerful unit ever built for the A-Series engine.  It’s incredibly light but deceptively powerful and comes with a 5-year warranty – full details of this unit can be found on the Powerlite website at


Classic Mini where the “verto” flywheel &
pre engaged starter were fitted
1.3 kw 12 volt, 11 tooth
Weighs only 2.4 kilos!!
Made in the UK
5 year warranty

For specific information regarding The MicroStart please call our MD, Michael Hadley, on 01384 261984.

Every unit is built by our specialist team at our West Midlands base, having been designed, tested and manufactured to the highest possible standards, using over 40 years of auto-electrical experience. 

Incredibly light but deceptively powerful, our new MicroStart has an epicyclic gear box which delivers

Extra power when engaged.

Lightweight, durable and easy to fit, this unit delivers maximum power with minimum effort – and is not much longer than a ball point pen!

Other products listed by Powerlite include state of the art batteries

The company’s range of products includes performance alternators, including compact lightweight units, ideal for competition cars where weight and space are at a premium.  Our high-torque gear reduction starter motors are lightweight, offering increased cranking speeds and more power than original units, whilst drawing less current from the battery.

In addition, we are also the only UK company to offer a full re-manufacturing service for classic starter motors, alternators and dynamos.

For more information on the Powerlite range, visit or call the Powerlite Team on 01384 261984.

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