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Re: LTW Flywheel AA vs. Turner help? (archive)

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Posted by PM3 on June 20, 2000 at 15:08:00:

In Reply to: LTW Flywheel AA vs. Turner help? posted by Krit on June 20, 2000 at 13:17:08:

: I am thinking about getting a LTW flywheel for my car. My choices has narrowed down to two tuner AA and Turner. The Turner unit is about $100 more expensive than the AA one. Could any of you explain to be what is the difference between the two (beside a 1lb weight diff.)? And is it worth the extra $100 buying the Turner flywheel?
: Thanks,
: Krit

I have the AA one (their first one, which is 10.5 lbs) and I've had NO problems, NO stalling, etc. It does rattle, though, especially with AC on, but I've had it now for over 2 years/20k miles, and no problems.

NOTE: if interested in an AA flywheel, ROUNDEL mag has a used one for $475, I believe (this or last months) and AA, I think, may still have one in their "Garage Sale" section. CYA>PM3


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