A number of folks are successful with an aluminum flywheel. Others
have had them work loose, which is bad. They are lighter than a
lightened stock flywheel, and as mentioned, an lightened stock
flywheel requires a scatter shield. Honestly, racing a TR requires a
scatter shield anyway. There are a couple of sources for light
custom made steel flywheels that are as light as the aluminum
flywheel, and none of them have come off so far. That's what I
run. I think ARE sells them.
- Tony Drews
At 07:21 PM 9/18/2008, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>Thoughts on aliuminum versus lightened flywheels on a TR4?
>Western Eagle Racing
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