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Old 12-02-10, 05:40 PM
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Flywheel Question

OK, I have a S5 NA Automatic motor, and an S4 TII Trans, I was planning on buying a Racing Beat Aluminum Flywheel. My question is, should I buy a flywheel to fit the S5 motor or to fit the S4 Trans? or does it really make a difference whether I buy an S4 or S5 Aluminum Flywheel? any help will be appreciated.
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The flywheel has to be the right size for the transmission, and the right imbalance for the rotor weight.

There are three basic different sizes: N/A, Turbo II, and FD. (At least, I'm 90% sure FD has a special flywheel because of the pull clutch) There's two different clutch sizes for N/A but given that all N/A flywheels are for the 225mm clutch, you use that.

Anyway. You need a Turbo II flywheel, because of your transmission. You need a counterweight for a Series 5. So: Series 5 TII flywheel.

However, since the aftermarket flywheels bolt to an automatic's counterweight, just tell them it's for a Turbo II and you already have the correct counterweight. Done.
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