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nzmonkey
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nzmonkey Mar 6, 4:18am - #411655 
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hihi flyweels need some help

i brought a fidanza flyweels not long ago~~ just wondring 2 ask .. when i install my flyweels do i have 2 change my clutch 2?? or its a option??? i have a GTS thank you wink
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Clos
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Clos Mar 6, 4:19am - #411656 
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u should, mite as well do it wile the tranni is down. dont make the mistake i did and not change it, now i have to save up for install or do it my self
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QTRMLR_1 Mar 6, 4:47am - #411657 

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most people change their flywheel when they have to get a new clutch (other way around). if you don't mind that you may be leaving some cluch life on the table (or can afford it), then go for it.

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Speed4TheNeed
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Speed4TheNeed Mar 6, 7:08pm - #411658 

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i've said it before and i would say it again: if you get a lightweight flywheel then you should get a sprung-hub clutch thumbsup non-sprung clutches will work ok, but the vibrations sometimes do a little damage..it's best to get a sprung-hub. rps makes some of these if you wanted a suggestion thumbsup
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nzmonkey
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nzmonkey Mar 6, 7:13pm - #411659 
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thank you guys ...^^ i got it now thumbsup
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celicafourotwo Mar 7, 2:55am - #411660 

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Originally Posted by Speed4TheNeed
i've said it before and i would say it again: if you get a lightweight flywheel then you should get a sprung-hub clutch thumbsup non-sprung clutches will work ok, but the vibrations sometimes do a little damage..it's best to get a sprung-hub. rps makes some of these if you wanted a suggestion thumbsup


when was that?? i must have miss it..anyway, does the ACT street clutch count as "sprung hub"?? because i have that and i had the flywheel put in for 300bucks even not too long ago..i had the cluch for about 1year now..

Originally Posted by pesho01
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Whenever my car is at a full stop or even in park the RPM never sits on 0. what does this mean?
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Speed4TheNeed
Caleb
Speed4TheNeed Mar 7, 12:14pm - #411661 

Caleb
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^^ no, the act street is not sprung hub. the act street is an excellent clutch if your using the stock flywheel, but i wouldn't recommend it for anyone with a lightweight flywheel.
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