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2010-10-25 04:55:04
Originally Posted by Vadim
I am personally going to go with a stock flywheel on my new turbo setup. Traction loss, increased clutch wear (faster revving comes at a price of faster deceleration, thus easier to slip it), harsher/harder drivability (which works as a great anti-theft device ).

You will be fine though, I'm starting to be more particular about a comfy daily

my car will be driven more on the weekends than daily as I have my 09 Corolla for DD duty. I will however also drive occasionally to work during the week.
2010-11-09 08:28:42
Originally Posted by Topdog781
I noticed the Jgy customs flywheel is not listed here. They have 2 option avaliable on the market.

Originally Posted by Vadim

I didn't know they had one, and quiet honestly I dunno if they deserve the advertisement you know?

Well, from the pictures on the first page, the JGY *is* the Adfab flywheel, so lets just call it Adfab. It would be also useful to know where to get the Adfab directly.
2010-11-21 06:10:02
Out of curiosity as someone asked me earlier and I didn't have an answer, but would a RWD flywheel work on a FWD?
2010-11-21 06:11:46
No, the clutch is much larger.
2010-11-21 06:38:04
Thanks for the info.
2010-11-22 01:54:41
is this a sticky yet?????
2010-11-22 02:33:40
Originally Posted by cees
is this a sticky yet?????

Been since day one
2010-11-22 02:40:37
2011-02-02 03:04:41
Hi guys im new here . First of all i have a 91 B13 with a VE in it . I am trying to find out what Flywheel i currently have . I am going to post a link . I would be extremely greatfull if somone can help me out. I am on my third clutch disk . and before i install a 6 puck act clutch disk i would like to know if i can replace the heat shield or resurface area .

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2011-02-09 17:24:17
I also have a question regarding a Fidanza Aluminium flywheel.

When can the be used? Until what "stage", so to speak? Any issues when using it with a heavy duty clutch setup? If so, what are the alternatives?
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