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Lyth0s
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2002 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Aug 29, 3:19pm - #262205 
Stock flywheel

does anyone know how much the 2002 celica gt stock flywheel weighs? and any suggestions with what weight/brand/etc. of flywheel i should buy? looking to spend around 350-500 bucks.

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RaptorGTS
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Aug 29, 4:44pm - #262206 
Fidanza flywheel!!! get a fidanza man.

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2002 Super White Toyota Celica
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Aug 29, 5:02pm - #262207 
i think many would say fidanza

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blackcel
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Aug 29, 5:57pm - #262208 
The only one i have heard of is fidanza, and i have heard nothing but good things about it.


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Aug 29, 7:18pm - #262209 
stock is 15.5 lbs

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Aug 29, 8:21pm - #262210 
I'm going to say don't get the Fidanza flywheel. It's cheap and super light that's why so many people say get it without realizing what they got themselves into. If you deal with any daily stop and go traffic or driving to the drag strip forget it. It's too light, just don't get it. Don't forget about the cost to install one of those flywheels at $500 - $800. While your at it you might as well replace the clutch at $250 and up. I'm guessing the LSD is out of the question while the tranny is dropped. Looking at your profile I would suggest either just resurface your existing flywheel, get something heavier and made from chromoly, or just forget it until your clutch goes. Then think about. An exhaust and a header would suit you better. I personally would not go Fidanza ever.

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groundzero
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Aug 30, 9:01am - #262211 
so what would you go with then huh fidanza does make chromely ones too. not many companies make flywheels i have been looking b/c i am replacing my clutch and i want to get a flywheel also. so enlighten me.


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