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Old 11-18-2021, 06:43 PM   #1
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Default Lightweight flywheel

Hi, first time posting here and my question was if going to a jb lightweight flywheel was a good idea, I'm going to change my clutch soon and wanted to make sure getting a lightweight flywheel wasn't going to damage my car.
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From what I have read a lightweight flywheel is perfectly fine. The guy at understeer.com has a bit of a review on the one he installed. I actually have a M3 Fidanza one waiting to be installed on my vehicle, but things are apart at the moment.

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Old 11-25-2021, 06:35 AM   #3
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We have run 7 24hr of lemons races w the rhd light flywheel. Fantastic stuff and the car is better to rev match etc.

8.5lbs
https://racehead.com.au/product/bmw-...254-m40424344/
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We have run 7 24hr of lemons races w the rhd light flywheel. Fantastic stuff and the car is better to rev match etc.

8.5lbs
https://racehead.com.au/product/bmw-...254-m40424344/
what clutch are you running and did you have to do a modifications for it to fit or did everything just bolt right in?
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We got whatever is recommended. I think itís an m20 Sachs setup. Didnít have to modify anything
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