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A series flywheel
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Hey guys,
I need an a-series flywheel (or two). Preferably lightened and ready to go but will take a stockie or two. Let me know what you have. Really appreciate any help 🙏🏻
Msg here or contact through the ZTM socials.
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Clutchpro/Extreme (Australian Clutch)often have them. Just got one off them last week to put in the shed as a spare.
FNI002C - CroMO 3.9kg
If your desperate and cant find one I can ship it over.

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My parts guy could not get hold of one of those today .... will try your link. They are the bomb 👌

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Do you think they might have another one I could buy? Could you give me their contact?
Cheers.

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Aasco flywheels in California. They are the same spec as the Tilton units. Alloy with a cro mo inserts for friction surface. Drilled to accept standard clutch assembly, however they will drill to Motorsport clutch’s by request

Aasco Motorsports - flywheels

The alloy style with cro mo insert has superior heat dissipation properties.

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Australian Clutch Services
1800 CLUTCH +61 8 8300 5000

* FNI002C Xtreme Flywheel-Single Mass-Chromoly $1300

60 distributors in WA

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Haha... $1300 ... nope

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3kg cro mo through jauce around 180 usd on special
much cheaper than what I paid once upon a time

https://www.jauce.com/auction/x1051843612

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Nice Price

サイドウェイ クロモリ軽量フライホイール
Side Way chromoly lightweight flywheel

FW02

Sideway is a used parts company/dismantler, but also sells some new parts like carbon fiber interior parts

here's what looks like the same item from Bprojects
$301 USD
Weight: 2.95kg
Material: Forged Cromoly (SCM435)
Surface Coat: Tuftride
When use A14/15, You need long release bearing
Use standard clutch of 180mm

COMPARISON
stock A12: 9.35kg
stock A14/15: 9.8kg
Nissan 12310-H2310: 6.4kg Race Option
FW02: 2.95kg

The flywheel looks the same as the TODA
TODA Racing CrMo flywheel
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2.8kg is "ultra light" is jerky a street car, but would be superior for accelerator on/off racing

Also looks like the one Pitroad was selling

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