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Old 11-04-2007, 05:32 PM   #1
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dual mass flywheel...

its my understanding that our 6th gens come with a dual mass flywheel, true or false?



its also my understanding that a dual mass cant be resurfaced, true?


which means when i do my clutch i need to replace the flywheel? or can i reuse it with out resurfacing it?


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its my understanding that our 6th gens come with a dual mass flywheel, true or false?



its also my understanding that a dual mass cant be resurfaced, true?


which means when i do my clutch i need to replace the flywheel? or can i reuse it with out resurfacing it?


thanks
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If you get clutch, you should get lighter flywheel for better performance
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If you get clutch, you should get lighter flywheel for better performance
the only issue with that is i am way over budget as it is.


new motor, mmis, ims, headers, clutch, hid;s for the fogs as the bumpers coming off and now 500 for a light weight flywheel


do you know if they fixed the sensor issue with the fidanza flywheel?

upon further research i think i may reuse my stocker as i got a oem replacement cutch which has no dampening springs on it as it was made to mate to the dual mass flywheel


kinda wish i grabbed a 350z clutch and a light weight flywheel
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kinda wish i grabbed a 350z clutch and a light weight flywheel
I think you should have gotten light weight flywheel and 350z clutch too, while you're in there. No doubt about it. Its supposed to be 15 hp.
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the only issue with that is i am way over budget as it is.


new motor, mmis, ims, headers, clutch, hid;s for the fogs as the bumpers coming off and now 500 for a light weight flywheel


do you know if they fixed the sensor issue with the fidanza flywheel?

upon further research i think i may reuse my stocker as i got a oem replacement cutch which has no dampening springs on it as it was made to mate to the dual mass flywheel


kinda wish i grabbed a 350z clutch and a light weight flywheel
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