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Re: lightened flywheel (archive)

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Posted by Brian C. on December 23, 1999 at 02:20:09:

In Reply to: lightened flywheel posted by Tony on December 22, 1999 at 11:47:33:

: Does anyboby know of any lightening options. Is there a supplier for lightened flywheels that will hold up over time?

: Tony
: 74 tii

I had the flywheel from my 68 1602 lightened at a local machine shop for $30 and watched the guy do it on a lathe by grabbing it on the inside lip where it bolts to the crank. It revs up way snappier and has no idle probs at all.


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