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nvyseal2332
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nvyseal2332 Mar 8, 3:08am - #413489 
2000 Midnight Blue Toyota Celica
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ACT stage 2 and Fidanza flywheel

I'm about to put the stage 2 clutch and fidanza flywheel on my 2000 GTS, just wondering how much of a difference, power wise, there will be. Thanks!
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Speed4TheNeed Mar 8, 3:18am - #413490 

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i don't beleive act makes any sprung-hub clutches. if you get a lightweight flywheel (especially fidanza, since its the lightest out of all i've seen), you want to get a sprung-hub clutch to help with the added vibrations.

rpms makes a few of these, like i said i don't beleive act makes any...man, theres been a lot of these questions going on this week spineyes thumbsup
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nvyseal2332 Mar 8, 3:22am - #413491 
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i wanted to know performance difference with the flywheel on, my act clutch is sitting right beside me its the stage 2 street clutch and it has 4 springs in it...so how does the car drive, speed/ acceleration wise, after the flywheel is added
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combatc87 Mar 8, 4:14am - #413492 

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acceleration wise you will see better throttle response. also you'll have less of a loss of power to friction because of the decreased weight.

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Speed4TheNeed Mar 8, 4:30am - #413493 

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you'll gain a ballpark figure of about 5 whp, which is great beleive it or not.

and as already stated, most of the difference you will notice will be throttle response.
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shawnstam Mar 8, 5:06am - #413494 
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Dude i dont want to blow your party for you but I got a fidanza flywheel and you cant tell it from the stock one. The stock flywheel is already so light that a lighter one makes no difference. your engine wont even REV any quicker. Sorry but this is the plain truth if you have not installed the flywheel yet get your money back cause it is not worth it. thumbsdown
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csheriff Mar 8, 9:04am - #413495 
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uhh...

I have one too and I noticed a difference. Its not night and day, but its there.

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Speed4TheNeed Mar 8, 12:00pm - #413496 

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the fidanza is half the weight of the stock flywheel.

you can't expect to gain a lot just by a flywheel, neither can you even notice the power increases because they are not significant. but you can notice the rev differences
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