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vtechthis 07-18-2011 04:46 PM

Aftermarket steel flywheel options
 
Im looking for a steel single mass flywheel for my 330Ci 5spd. Im looking for to get as close to oem weight as possible since im trying to avoid chatter and idle dip/stall issues associated with light weight flywheels. I was going to order the rogue engineering performance clutch/ steel flywheel kit but the flywheel is on backorder and I need a new clutch asap. My car is stage II supercharged so oem is not an option. Please chime in if you know of any other manufactureres who offer a steel flywheel for 5spd.

Something comparable to this would be ideal, slightly lighter than stock but steel.
http://www.rogueengineering.com/rogue/LTWF/PCS.html

mach.schnell 03-11-2012 03:10 PM

Well they now have steel at your link. !!

Stinger9 03-11-2012 04:42 PM

UUC doesn't have what you want?

And how about Turner?

SLO Town 03-11-2012 07:45 PM

Here's a good steel flywheel from JB Racing.

http://www.turnermotorsport.com/p-10...pe-z4-30i.aspx

hummer 03-13-2012 11:04 AM

Turner installed a UUC steel flywheel and M5 OEM clutch in my 330ci. This flywheel is lighter than OEM but the whole package is only minimally lighter. I do have some gear clatter in neutral with the clutch released but only on hot days. I'm Ok with it! You might want to check out UUC's new dual clutch setup?

TxZHP04 03-13-2012 11:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SLO Town (Post 14173651)
Here's a good steel flywheel from JB Racing.

http://www.turnermotorsport.com/p-10...pe-z4-30i.aspx

It's not compatible with a sprung hub clutch though so probably not something you want on a street driven car. Unlike most other JB Racing flywheels, this one also doesn't have a replaceable friction surface. I had considered this some years ago but decided against it for these reasons.

And for those who may be wondering, I've been running a stock clutch and flywheel with the ESS TS2+ SC'er for 4 years and 60k+ miles now. FI doesn't automatically mean that you need a clutch/flywheel upgrade.


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