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    Lacey Powersports Light Weight Flywheel

    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=2146

    Who is using one of these with good results. Can anybody speak badly of it, are there any downsides. Good quality piece? Looks it. Any feed back appreciated.


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    I thought that you can run the N/A flywheel with a turbo, single ring from the factory.

    Could be wrong and it may well not be as light as this item. Its almost half the price and im sure you could source it locally from a dealership.

    Item 40 here: http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche.....-W/-PTO-COVER

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    A little info here, looks like Slow91 has been playing.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...140898&page=13

    @ 1600g it certainly starts life heavier but you could sort that.

    R88

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    Looks like it can be run but would need to be lightened to get it as light as the Lacey, although I suspect its lighter then the twin ring to start with.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=164210

    Are you CC racing??

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    SLOW MOFO/Chris done a couple for me for charger motors and they came out GREAT!!!!!!!!!.........BET!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by REID2168 View Post
    SLOW MOFO/Chris done a couple for me for charger motors and they came out GREAT!!!!!!!!!.........BET!!!!!!!!!
    Which one is which?? Or are they both the same?

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    I have Lacey light Flywhell works great , perefekt

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    I hate to say it but at the price I'd have to go TORX. stolen idea but man I'm not made of money.

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    The lacy FW is not just a lightened stock one, it ally with a pressed gear on it. Think its a lot lighter than anything else available.

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    I'm also interested. is that the company that make the "unbreakable" drivshafts?

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