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I wanted to know if there really would be a noticeable difference between a
9 pound flywheel
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12 pound flywheel ??? I mean other than the 3 pounds.

I'm considering getting my stock flywheel lightened, would it be just as good performance wise as buying a brand name flywheel.

Performance/cost wise the stock flywheel lightened would end up being around $200.00 CDN less than Brand name flywheel.

Oh and I'd be keeping the stock clutch since the car has low mileage.

[This message has been edited by Luded (edited April 04, 2001).]

[This message has been edited by Luded (edited April 04, 2001).]
 

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I have a 10lb. Clutch Masters aluminum flywheel, and I noticed a big difference over the stock flywheel. Revs much quicker.

I paid $377 with a discount.
 

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What modifications are done to your vehicle? If you have plans on doing turbo or something of FI nature, refrain from doing the lightened flywheel.

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This year I'll start with your basic bolt on's with a V-AFC, I plan on getting cams next year I'd like to keep it NA.

I don't doubt the effects of a lightened flywheel what I'm asking is there really noticeable difference in performance and strength between:

stock flywheel lightened = 12 pounds
vs.
fidanza flywheel = 9 pounds

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