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i was searching around and i saw someone say they had an 8 lbs flywheel. who makes them this light? i swear lsd makes a 16 lbs one who makes the lightest flywheel. i want to get one as light as possible.
 

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Is the search broken again then?
 

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wtf do you mean is the search broken? i just said in my post that i used it.

how much does a fidenza fly usually go for.
 

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secluded luder said:
i have one you can have for 100 shipped, just needs new friction plates. its for an 88-89 lude
i would assume you can get the friction plates right from fidenza right?
 

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u could always go wit the teg flywheel but then u need a new clutch kit but still cheaper probly and u coudl get a better clutch
 

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why wouldnt you wanna go that light. what are the disadvantages of an ultra light flywheel?


oh and putting in that teggy clutch and fly is a little more work then i want to do just to put in a flywheel and clutch.
 

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the claim that it's too light is a bit absurd.
8lbs. seems pretty light, yes...
however, i daily drive it, with my car.
with my power levels, and with my peaky cams.

and i don't stall.
and i don't have power steering.
(another piece of the puzzle when you're worried about stalling in low-speed maneuvers)...

so if i can daily drive it?
anyone can.



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