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    Light flywheels

    I saw one on ebay a few weeks back but didn't really pay attention to it but I saw something recently about them.

    Do the light flywheels have any real benefit? Where can you find these?

    Thanks!
    Mark


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    http://www.radperformance.com/flywheels.htm
    http://www.jetinetics.com/
    They rev up faster and put less stress on the front bearing.

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    darn...maybe I shoulda got it on ebay...i think it was under 100 bucks...these are 400-600...blah!

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    How much can I take off a stock flywheel ( with a lathe) and still be safe? Anybody know?

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    Dirty, be careful you don't lose balance (vibration and premature wear) but, holes are the way to go for weight reduction. I would say there's a 3 lb. difference between my Jetinetics aluminum and large holes vs. stock flywheels. I'll get your pics of the relocator and a pic of the two flywheels for comparison soon.

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    I don't know how they do on a jet ski, but I know that switching from an almost 18 pound steel flywheel to a fidanza 8 pound aluminum flywheel on my car, made a H U G E difference.

    Jared

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    is jetnetics still in business cause there numbers dont work i got a jetnetics 580 flywheel for a seadoo but didnt know how to set it

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