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Clutch Flywheel Selection

Discussion in 'Integra' started by drbelanger73, Apr 10, 2009.

  1. drbelanger73

    drbelanger73 Beer is good for you.

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    Exedy links do not work.

    The output of that kit is fine for daily. Only reason to upgrade is if you're switching to slicks and/or want a longer lasting disc(such as a kevlar setup).
     
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    drbelanger73 Beer is good for you.

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    Exedy Flywheel P/N: HF01
    Excedy Clutch P/N: 08800B

    listed at www.exedyusa.com (1994/Acura/Integra)

    Upgrade which?

    And yes, a daily driver was what I had in mind.
     
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    K2e2vin Senior Member

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    *Clutch For a daily driver, OE replacement would work fine along with "Stage 1 or 2" setups.

    Only difference between flywheels is weight.
     
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    dont sitck with your flywheel.
    pick up a aftermarket, depending on your set up the most common weight is 8lbs.
    you can get a XTD flywheel at a decent price, and they are under rated.
     
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    if youre retaining AC/PS then an 8lb flywheel may be stupid light and troublesome during daily driving.

    If you must go lighter on the flywheel then I wouldnt suggest going any lower than 14 (stock ITR)

    If you're not going insane on power output I'd say stick with either an OE replacement from Exedy or possibly a Exedy Stage 1.
     
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    drbelanger73 Beer is good for you.

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    I would like to have an air conditioner but the kid who I bought the car from decided to tear it out. Maybe ill peice one together and put it back in.

    Course, once I have all that stereo equipment and the AC put back in I'm just gonna have to get a turbo setup to haul all that extra weight around...

    Rationalization, I love it...
     
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