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Old 02-03-2004, 17:22   #1 (permalink)
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Flywheel/driveshaft

Where can you get flywheels for the I6 machined or where can you buy new, lighter ones? (not too light ofcourse...)
Also, are there lighter/ higer speed rated driveshafts available for the standard I6 (EL/EF Sedans)
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Re: Flywheel/driveshaft

any decent engineer or even engine reconditioner can lighten your flywheel. where are you? cos i know a place in perth which for about $800 will make you a billet flywheel to whatever specs u want.
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I'm in sydney...I don't want it too light thought...coz then the car just gets too hard to drive ...
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