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Re: Lightweight flywheel (archive)

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Posted by Phil on April 24, 2001 at 14:51:30:

In Reply to: Re: Lightweight flywheel posted by CFL on April 24, 2001 at 13:14:28:

Well it time to replace the clutch. I was wondering if anyone here has replaced their flywheel with the motorsport (light) flywheel. My car is used primarily on the street. Is it worth the $600?

tia

acf


How rough does an S14 engine idle with the lighten flywheel? My modified 2002 engine's idle was all over the place. I'm not sure I would want that on my M3.


I hardly noticed a change in idle (tranny noise) it didn't do anything to the idle characteristicsl. I suspect your idle being all over the place was caused by something else. When you say modified do you mean cams?

I bought a "Stage II" engine from a guy by the name of Eric Kerman approx 165 hp(?) 292 cam, 9.5:1 pistons, headwork, Dual 45 sidedrafts, etc., etc., etc.



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