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This is a discussion on stage 1 clutch and exedy lightend flywheel within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; hi guys i know i just had thread about the clutch i made my mind i bought a stage 1 ...

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    stage 1 clutch and exedy lightend flywheel

    hi guys i know i just had thread about the clutch i made my mind i bought a stage 1 exedy racing clutch fully organic with a exedy light weight flywheel 12.7 lbs anyone owned a exedy flywheel how is it? i went with stage 1 and not oem because im making 408nm of torque at the wheels and the other day my clutch couldnt handle it and just slipped (not sure what clutch i have in there but i think stage 1 due to pedal feel)

    but my main question is hows the flywheel? anyone got videos of it i have the stock box 5sp ( i dont launch) i like the quicker reving engine hence why i got it but its also my DD i didnt want to go any lighter than 12.7 i actually wanted the streetlight from act but i couldnt find one for australia i dont want CEL even though i would probably block it off but i want everything running right,

    i want my car to feel as if i have short raito box were under load the car just goes through the rpms (i know i can acheive this with a sti box but not yet )

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    It's stupid to disable your misfire codes. Then you are disabling your car to let you know if there is a genuine problem. I never had any issues with my ACT streetlite throwing a CEL. I don't have a video, and I don't think it would do it justice anyway.

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    I'm sure there's some lightweight flywheels out there that won't throw a misfire code. Just as long as it's not too light

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsibanez View Post
    I'm sure there's some lightweight flywheels out there that won't throw a misfire code. Just as long as it's not too light
    yea this is 12.7 lbs i hope it doesnt fingers cross

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