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Zc Flywheel?

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by delsolty, May 24, 2003.

  1. delsolty

    delsolty Senior Member

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    I hear alot of people take some lbs off their flywheel. I want to know if it would help my zc really get up and go. Cuz my motor don't really get up and GOOO to it hits 4,000RPM. I want to know how much my flywheel is (in-lbs), and what would be the nexts best one to get for my car.

    Thx and put down what you think???

    Later
     
  2. delsolty

    delsolty Senior Member

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    OOO yeah we they have to take my motor out of my car to put a new one on????
     
  3. sportlinecrx

    sportlinecrx Banned

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    yea, lightening the flywheel will most certainly help your acceleration. i heard someone suggest lightening the factory flywheel to 16lbs but i dont know if that weight would apply to your specific flywheel. its alot cheaper than buying an aftermarket flywheel, and wont hurt your gas mileage.

    also...moving to general tech :moved:
     
  4. Capt. Orygun

    Capt. Orygun Win the Day

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    I'm planning on doing this myself when I contact clutchmasters about my new clutch. I figure why add power if I'm not gonna use all the power I already have (or as much as possible). My brother just did a clutch install, he said motor mounts and tranny detached from the motor and it will go in just fine.
     
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