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ClayPeanuts
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ClayPeanuts Jan 17, 10:47am - #84845 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Fidanza Flywheel

Ok guys quick question i did a bit of research but still have a few question that weren't answered. Anyway here goes,

1. Chromolly vs Aluminum which material is better, why?
2. Which clutch would go good with the fidanza flywheel, for daily driving yet can give good track performance and isn't to hard to drive.

Well thats just about it i keep hearing that chromolly is better and kinda wonder if i shoulda got the TRD flywheel / clutch combo, well please lemme know what you guys think.

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hybridcelica Jan 17, 2:40pm - #84846 
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chromoly is a stronger material.but it still comes down to what you want to achieve.aluminum will wear faster but its lighter.i usually recomend the act 6 puck disc and hd preasure plate(not the extreme)for the "weekend warrior" it aint to hard and engagement would not be to bad once you get accustomed to it(on the flat dont even rev to high just ease off with clutch only almost no x)

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