Not sure where this goes so figured I would put it here. I have a mini starter on my 383 in my 1957 chevy with a Lakewood bell housing. It bolts to the bell housing not the block. I had to knock a piece out of the block plate to mount it to the bell housing (the block plate is stamped to allow either the engine mount starter or the bell housing mount which i knocked out the plate to mount mine). When I go to start it it kicks the motor really bad ( thats the only way I can describe it). It will turn over quickly like it should but it also at times catches and sort of kicks the engine really hard. It is a late model engine with a roller cam and the one piece rear seal. Is this the wrong starter mounting (bell housing mount) for this year block..did I need the later model starter that bolts to the engine?