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96 B18B1

Discussion in 'Engine Building' started by korey, Mar 17, 2004.

  1. korey

    korey Senior Member

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    Does anyone have any opinions on any good lightweight flywheels? Brands, pros, cons, etc. Let me know, thanx.
     
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    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    what application-D,B,or H series? NA/FI? budget. give us a little more to go from.
     
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    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    sorry my bad. (96 B18B1). If it is all motor, I recommend staying with a 12lb. or so. If you go "too light", you could have idle issues when you come to hard stops. Hell thats still 10-12 lbs. lighter than stock. as far as brands-ACT,fidanza,Clutch masters. they are all about the same, until you get into Toda/Jun for more money. I sat ACT for the price and product you get.

    matt
     
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    korey Senior Member

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    Thanx. Yeah sorry, it is my N/A B18B LS. So, you recomend staying around 12 lbs.?
     
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    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    yes. I am running an 12.5 lb. ACT Streetlite disk. nice product and decently priced. hope this helps,

    matt
     
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    NotUrAverage_Si Senior Member

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    you could just take your stock flywheel and have it lightened at a machine shop. probably save you alot of money compared to buying a JUN or Toda flywheel.
     
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    hybrid89 thistownsucks...

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    as long as they rebalance it, you could go this route also.
     
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    The ACT is good choice and affordable at the same time.
    A machine shop wouldn't be able to take as much wieght from your stocker as the aftermarket one is lighter.
     
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