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    Toss in a lightweight flywheel?

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    Putting in ARP's. What'sthe consensus on the lightweight flywheels, going turbo does it make that big of a difference in the revving of the engine? I'm doing a lighter cam too so they might compliment each other.
    Any input on the differences between lightened SC double gear or a single row lightened turbo wheel.
    I don't want it to run like a turd at idle if the flywheel is too light with the turbo one.


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    I have a stock rxtx 255 flywheel on mine .... people who have ridden mine say its very torquey...

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    Same here....stock flywheel. And, if for some odd reason, I could convert it back to a supercharger.

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    Ok that's good to know, you guys are both hauling ass on your skis so I guess it's not paramount that I get one

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    Quote Originally Posted by connorrxp View Post
    Ok that's good to know, you guys are both hauling ass on your skis so I guess it's not paramount that I get one
    A lightened fly wheel is not required for a recreational ski, but there's no harm in running one. Your choice.

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    do it.
    doooo it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azuras View Post
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    do it.
    doooo it
    That is quite the flywheel!

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    We need to go for a ride next season, if I can put my motor back together.

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    Where do you guys ride?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptscon View Post
    We need to go for a ride next season, if I can put my motor back together.
    100% we will, I'd take a drive up to Toronto! Lake st Clair sucks and Erie is even worse..and I know the feeling least we have a couple of months till the snow is off the ground to get our shit done

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