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niaz_gts Dec 12, 6:56pm - #349611 

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hey...
im abt to replace my flywheel...which is the best combination for my stock celica...?? smile
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spaztikid Dec 12, 6:59pm - #349612 
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~Stock GTS (chromoly) - 13.0 lbs.

~Blitz Active Clutch (chromoly) - 10.5 lbs.
~MWR (forged chromoly) - 10.5 lbs. (GTS)
~Toda (chromoly) - 10.3617 lbs.
~MWR (forged chromoly) - 10.2 lbs. (GT)
~C-One (chromoly) - 9.9208 lbs.
~JUN (chromoly) - 9.6998 lbs.
~TRD Japan Flywheel (chromoly) - 9.6 lbs.
~RPS Cyn-R-G Segmented (aluminum) - 9.5 lbs.
~TOM's (chromoly) - 8.03 lbs.
~AASCO (aluminum) - 8.0 lbs.
~Mueller (aluminum) - 8.0 lbs.
~Unorthodox (aluminum) - 8.0 lbs.
~Fidanza (aluminum) - 7.5 lbs.


taken from the other site.
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RookieGTS Dec 12, 7:22pm - #349613 

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Fidanza's nice!
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niaz_gts Dec 12, 7:27pm - #349614 

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what is this ibs stands for can you explain got no idea... confused
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SLVCELI Dec 12, 7:39pm - #349615 
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how much it weighs.

0.4536 kg=1 lb (pound)

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niaz_gts Dec 12, 7:42pm - #349616 

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shud i go for less ibs???
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sincere2883 Dec 12, 8:32pm - #349617 
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its LBS not IBS it means pounds thumbsup

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spaztikid Dec 12, 8:32pm - #349618 
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its LBS... you know... pounds
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RedSunCelica Dec 12, 8:42pm - #349619 

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the lighter the flywheel the easier it is for the engine to rev. but you kind have to ride the clutch a little to take off.

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VSGTS14 Dec 12, 8:42pm - #349620 

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the lighter, the better

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SLVCELI Dec 12, 8:43pm - #349621 
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Originally Posted by spaztikid
its LBS... you know... pounds


He is from Bangladesh.

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niaz_gts Dec 12, 9:21pm - #349622 

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yeah i understand pounds...and got the idea

watz gonna be the best flywheel in cheap price??
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kmlgts Dec 13, 2:02am - #349623 

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shop for it thumbsup

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hephaestus Dec 13, 3:42am - #349624 
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The lighter is not always better. Beyond that, get one that is light and also made from a more durable metal like chromoly. Extrapolate from the list posted: figure what you can afford, do a search, and ask around for others that have gone through this.
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SeeULater Dec 13, 4:02am - #349625 
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This will effect your ability to land lift! It will be much harder for you to do since your revs will drop faster because of lighter weight.
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VSGTS14 Dec 13, 5:43am - #349626 

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niaz_gts Dec 13, 5:25pm - #349627 

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do ne body kno the site address for toyota genuine clutch kit or ne
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IcE_Z Dec 19, 9:54pm - #349628 
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i would say a fly wheel around 10lbs would be great
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Lucky_317 Dec 19, 10:14pm - #349629 

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I would stick with stock and get more useful mods thumbsup

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UnlimitationZ Dec 20, 1:40am - #349630 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
the lighter, the better


From what I heard, lighter is not neccesarily always better. You rev more easily. It will kill your MPG by a few miles because you have to rev more for the flywheels to spin.
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00celica00gt Dec 20, 2:05am - #349631 

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Originally Posted by Lucky_317
I would stick with stock and get more useful mods thumbsup


i agree
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