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Old 12-23-2012, 06:57 AM   #9
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^^^ That's it right there. Just like a heavier flywheel makes it easier to drive as well. Exedy makes a lightweight steel flywheel that is like 2 lbs heavier than the aluminum ones. I see CFM has 2 AL flywheels- I'm not sure which one I'd get, but then I'm not sure which clutch is best to get. I seem to remember someone having issues with Clutch Masters. I can't recall any problems with Exedy or Spec. CFM has their own clutch kit, but I'm not sure what parts are used in that kit.

It will be a miracle if I make it to FF13 on this clutch, so I have to find out soon.
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