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ATTN: Mike Lu #5429 Oct 24, 2:11am Oct 24, 2:11am

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In another post I was told that you have a lightened flywheel. What kind of gains do you get and what kind do you have?

Re: ATTN: Mike Lu #5430 Oct 24, 10:52am Oct 24, 10:52am

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no I do not have lightened flywheel. Reason is with lighter flywheel the rpm will drop quick, with my turbo without the flywheel it is already dropping quick with lightened flywheel it will probably cause a stall everytime I drop it into neutral. I was going to get it until I got the turbo and found this out thus I left the flywheel out, but I do have just about everything else grin

Oh! the advantage of lightened flywheel is the rpm spools up quicker but it also drops down quicker. It is a good NA mod.

[ 10-24-2002, 11:54 AM: Message edited by: Mike Lu ]

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