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JAIMEJAMES
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JAIMEJAMES May 29, 10:19pm - #19250 

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Clutch and Flywheel Explanation

I know many people may not be sure about clutch and flywheel applications so I tried an internet search and found something (albeit from a Mazda site). It should still apply generally to any make of car. Here's the site: Clutch and Flywheel Explanation Enjoy thumbsup

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dondiemand May 29, 10:39pm - #19251 

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so "lightened flywheel is better than stock" is not always true, huh
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JAIMEJAMES May 29, 10:52pm - #19252 

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so "lightened flywheel is better than stock" is not always true, huh

i have also read the same type of recommendations from editorials by act and exedy. makes sense (especially coming from associates who have semi-drag cars: crx and civics puke). smile

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