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Old 01-16-2008, 09:59 PM
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Good h22 flywheels (other than fidanza)

Ok anybody know of a good lightweight flywheel (preferably in the 11-13 pound range) brand. I don't really wanna get the fidanza because they only come in 8 pound, and I want a fairly streetable ride. It seems like all of the 11-13 pounders are either like 3-400 bucks, or some brand i've never heard of and don't know whether or not to trust. Is F1 a good brand? I was looking at them.

I might just get the fidanza 8 pounder because it's so damn cheap. Any suggestions?
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Aight, even though I really don't wanna spend so much for my flywheel, I think I'm gonna go with the ACT XACT ProLite 9.9 lb flywheel, and the Centerforce II clutch. Anyone have any comments/suggestions on this setup? Input would be greatly appreciated.
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How about this?
http://store.lsdmotorsports.com/merc...onda&Car=AC,HO

street 15 lbs.
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Old 01-17-2008, 01:46 PM
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That's the shipping weight on it, but I think the actual weight on it is 12.8 pounds. I can't decide between the StreetLite (the one you linked me) and the ProLite.

Know anything about the Centerforce II? Everyone seems to go with their dual-friction clutch, but that might be slightly overkill for me. For the forseeable future, I'll probably just have I/H/E. I don't plan on going any further than that until I'm ready to get an obd1 ecu and tune it. So basically, I'm looking for a clutch that is gonna be a d/d, but slightly more agressive than OEM, fun for street basically.

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well i went with the fidanza 8.5lb and a stock clutch..i do a lot of driving in traffic so it works out beautifully for me. i have been told that the act xact prolite is also a good brand..that f1 brand is widely advertised on ebay but personally would stick with a well known brand
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