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Opinions on flywheel

I'm planning on getting an new flywheel. I was looking at the ACT streetlight 12lb flywheel and the comp clutch 10lb flywheel. So what would be the benefits of having a much lighter flywheel both are about the same price. Also if i went with the much lighter flywheel are there negative effects? I'd much appreciate it if someone who has a different flywheel can tell me what to look for thanks
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

The lighter the flywheel, the faster your motor will rev and at the same time the faster the motor will slow down.


I have a Fidanza 8lb - i can basically rev my motor at a stop and by the time the rpm's drop, i'm about to stall out going below 500rpms.


It's basically just the weight on the rotating assembly. A lighter flywheel makes stop and go traffic more of a nightmare than usual as well.
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

I personally have the Fidanza 8lb as well with a Comp Clutch stage 2 clutch and I love it, but i think if i were to buy one again, i'd go with the ACT 12lb one. Still really light compared to stock but a lil more traffic friendly..
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

i was told a heavier fly wheel will give you greater accel out of a turn bc of the engines already rotating and the weight helps keep it turning... this is what i was told ...
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

The lighter the better. I had an 8lb Fidanza unit on my last Prelude and loved it. It's not harder to drive or any of that bull****, you just have to get used to it, I don't know why people say it makes driving in traffic a nightmare.

Read this: How a lightweight flywheel works
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I personally have the Fidanza 8lb as well with a Comp Clutch stage 2 clutch and I love it, but i think if i were to buy one again, i'd go with the ACT 12lb one. Still really light compared to stock but a lil more traffic friendly..
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

Thanks for the info guys especially that link i think ill go with a 12lb though for now
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The lighter the better. I had an 8lb Fidanza unit on my last Prelude and loved it. It's not harder to drive or any of that bull****, you just have to get used to it, I don't know why people say it makes driving in traffic a nightmare.

Read this: How a lightweight flywheel works
I have the 8lb Fidanza chilling waiting for me to install it, lol.
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i was told a heavier fly wheel will give you greater accel out of a turn bc of the engines already rotating and the weight helps keep it turning... this is what i was told ...
Wrong unfortunately. While it is somewhat correct that a greater rotational mass will maintain it's speed greater than a lighter object with conditions being the same, the lighter flywheel will rotate faster in every situation BUT it will also slow down faster too. The heavier flywheel won't decrease rpms as fast, but it won't increase as fast either. That's why 10lb flywheels are a great middle point.

If you don't mind the leg work, 8 lb flywheels are great. Fidanza is the way to go. I personally would do the clutch and flywheel together, there are a lot of packages out there (which I even bought one) that pair up clutch & flywheel. This way you only have to pull it once (or pay someone to pull it once)

Again, be aware though, the 8lb flywheels will kill your leg until you get used to it. If you daily drive the car I recommend 10lbs. 13 is stock if I'm not mistaken. Regardless, you will drop RPMs just as fast as you get them up, so be prepared to get a strong left leg. And I recommend Exedy flywheels. If they made them for my truck (which is a 4speed) I would have bought one long ago. Fidanza + Exedy = peanut butter & jelly, or spaghetti & meatball, or like lamb + tuna fish.

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Re: Opinions on flywheel

^ stock is 16.8
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^ stock is 16.8
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

That's it? I could have sworn we had some heavy flywheels. I know the one on my 1st gen Legend coupe felt like it was around 25lbs.
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

The stock 5th Gen flywheel is almost exactly 20 pounds. I weighed it on a shop scale when I did the clutch/flywheel replacement and the e scale reading was 19.98lbs, although it hasn't been calibrated for a minute lol.

I'm running the ACT Street Lite flywheel and performance stage2 clutch combo, love it. It does rev faster and return to baseline rev more... haven't noticed any driveability issues in traffic though. Can't really say anything bad about the setup, its been great.
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Wrong unfortunately. While it is somewhat correct that a greater rotational mass will maintain it's speed greater than a lighter object with conditions being the same, the lighter flywheel will rotate faster in every situation BUT it will also slow down faster too. The heavier flywheel won't decrease rpms as fast, but it won't increase as fast either. That's why 10lb flywheels are a great middle point.

If you don't mind the leg work, 8 lb flywheels are great. Fidanza is the way to go. I personally would do the clutch and flywheel together, there are a lot of packages out there (which I even bought one) that pair up clutch & flywheel. This way you only have to pull it once (or pay someone to pull it once)

Again, be aware though, the 8lb flywheels will kill your leg until you get used to it. If you daily drive the car I recommend 10lbs. 13 is stock if I'm not mistaken. Regardless, you will drop RPMs just as fast as you get them up, so be prepared to get a strong left leg. And I recommend Exedy flywheels. If they made them for my truck (which is a 4speed) I would have bought one long ago. Fidanza + Exedy = peanut butter & jelly, or spaghetti & meatball, or like lamb + tuna fish.

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X2. Traffic sucks with the 8lb flywheel, but yet again I prefer it for the faster response. (fidenza)
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

i dunno if it makes much of a difference but i would recommend doing flywheel and clutch at the same time and make sure you get the release bearing checked as well. as for lighter flywheels, a lighter flywheel is nice. no doubt about that. but a heavier flywheel has more rotating mass which helps carry the crank to the next firing stroke to decrease vibrations and make the engine cycling smoother. i have a 9lb clutchmasters flywheel and stage one clutch and i don't notice any vibrations so it probly varies with the application.
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

I always thought the stock flywheel was about 20 pounds. DEFINITELY more than 13. I really don't understand why people say "Get a 10/12lb instead of the 8lb." Why? You're getting a lighter flywheel to increase the performance of your car....they're the same price, and an 8lb flywheel isn't going to hurt your car or anything, just go with the 8lb, take a few days to get used to it, you won't even notice after a couple days.
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^ stock is 16.8

Just measured the stocker @ 20.8
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This might be a dumb question but can't you do an oem clutch and a lighter flywheel? Or does that just contradict itself?
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That's what many go with. I don't know of too many "lightweight" clutches out there.
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Re: Opinions on flywheel

thanks for more info guys and i already have an exedy stage 1 clutch in but since my motors been out i figure might as well put in a lighter flywheel
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I always thought the stock flywheel was about 20 pounds. DEFINITELY more than 13. I really don't understand why people say "Get a 10/12lb instead of the 8lb." Why? You're getting a lighter flywheel to increase the performance of your car....they're the same price, and an 8lb flywheel isn't going to hurt your car or anything, just go with the 8lb, take a few days to get used to it, you won't even notice after a couple days.
because lighters are harder to use? could be more annoying and then its not that good upgrade driving-wise? they doesnt serve users purpose what theyre looking for?
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This might be a dumb question but can't you do an oem clutch and a lighter flywheel? Or does that just contradict itself?


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I have a Fidanza 8lbs flywheel too. I love it.
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because lighters are harder to use? could be more annoying and then its not that good upgrade driving-wise? they doesnt serve users purpose what theyre looking for?
Honestly it's not that hard to drive with at all, I didn't even notice the difference after a few days. Maybe it's just because I'm a good driver, IDK though.
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^ Exactly.

After getting use to it, it feels like stock again. Nothing to worry about. If you're worry, don't mod the car.
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The H22 wakes up the Accord in the same way a set of secondaries did to your father's Oldsmobile.
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