Flywheel Q & A

serb82

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I have a zoom 2 piece flywheel which is steel with an aluminum insert, after about 5k miles, the flywheel warped and glazed the clutch. I am looking to replace the flywheel with a steel or billet 1 piece. Any ideas who makes a lightweight 1 piece flywheel? Looking to spend $400 max. Thanks for the help

BTW its an 8 bolt crank, and 11 inch flywheel, not sure if I can use a 10.5 inch. MMR clutch is being installed.
 

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I think you meant aluminum flywheel with a steel insert.
Anyway, Fidanza makes a decent lightweight flywheel, although it is similar in design to what you now have, aluminum with steel insert.
I haven't read any complaints about it and the steel insert is replaceable.
I don't think you'll find anything light weight that isn't aluminum.
 

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I run the fidanza aluminum flywheel with a stock clutch, I don't have a ton of power or anything but I've beat the crap out of that thing and it hasn't warped or given me any problems for the 15k I have on it.
 
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I purchased a exedy solid one piece billet chromoly steel forgings. Says it light weight but not sure how much is weighs in at. Should be in on Monday and will compare it with the zoom 2 piece that i have.
 

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