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light weight alluminum flywheel

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by pugarex, May 18, 2006.

  1. pugarex

    pugarex Senior Member

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    i just got a fidanza flywheel and one of my friends said you dont torque it the same as a stock flywheel because its alluminum is it true? if it is how tight do i tighten it? thanks
     
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    if your supposed to torque it to a different spec it would say so on something that came with it. if it didn't I don't see what torquing to stock specs could hurt.
     
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    x3 Torque it to stock spec.
     
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    i just put the clutsch and flywheel on the car yesterday night. i did everything to stock specs i havent drove it yet so i dont know how its going to feel like i still need to install the axles i still havent started the car yet im pretty fuckin exited

    thanks for everything.
     
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