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SCOTT03
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SCOTT03 Feb 6, 1:26am - #98251 
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FIDANZA FLYWHEEL

How is the reliability of the fidanza flywheel. I mean are they built tough enough? Do they have trouble with teeth breaking off?

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Steven Feb 6, 1:27am - #98252 
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I haven't heard of anything bad about this product except for the fact that you have to get use to the driveability.
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SCOTT03 Feb 6, 1:42am - #98253 
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Another question, how much horsepower would i free up with this flywheel?

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carbon_blue_gt Feb 6, 2:03am - #98254 
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Fidanza makes a good product. They've been around in the biz for a while, and are pretty good at what they do. As for the drivability, I will let you know when i get mine installed.

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Celicaracer18 Feb 6, 2:08am - #98255 

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i'ld go with Tom's Japan Flywheel, if don't mind paying a little extra
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carbon_blue_gt Feb 6, 2:09am - #98256 
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Originally Posted by Celicaracer18
i'ld go with Tom's Japan Flywheel, if don't mind paying a little extra


Also a good one...

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SCOTT03 Feb 6, 2:12am - #98257 
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i would pay extra if it wasn't $150.

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LostAngel Feb 6, 3:01am - #98258 
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Originally Posted by Steven
I haven't heard of anything bad about this product except for the fact that you have to get use to the driveability.

what is new with the driveability after the new flywheel?
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Celica_Sprinter Feb 6, 4:07am - #98259 
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Originally Posted by SCOTT03
i would pay extra if it wasn't $150.


Sometimes you get what ya pay for bud rofl
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Celicaracer18 Feb 6, 4:16pm - #98260 

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it's just that i've heard that Tom's Japan Lightweight Flywheel last way longer and much more reliable, plus is lighter, thats all i'm saying. If you are going to install a flywheel, get the best.
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SCOTT03 Feb 6, 4:48pm - #98261 
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ok, how about the longevity and performance of the TRD Japan flywheel?

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Celicaracer18 Feb 7, 4:13am - #98262 

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wel you know TRD will be good.

but i haven't heard much about it.

and you do realize that tom's flywheel is only 445, so would you rather pay more, get better performance, and longer lifer, or pay less and have to replace sooner, just a thought?
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