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Old 14-02-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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should i get flywheel machined???

as title says should i get my flywheel machined on my 2.0na r33?

the specialist company who will be rebuilding my clutch kit for 75quid soon said they can also machine my flywheel for an extra 35quid...

but i dont know, is there any benefits to machining flywheel?

, as far as i know its never had a flywheel change and its done nearly 130k miles now, dont know if its a wear and tear part

so any help and info will be appreciated
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Yes! You get a clean contact patch as well as a true flat rotating mass, slightly lighter flywheel for easier higher revs as well as braking.
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thanks its all done cost me 25quid for flywheel doing and 75 for clutch kit rebuilding with new bearing
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Good price. I paid 15 for mine to be done.
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Make sure to get the shim needed to bring you back to spec
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Make sure to get the shim needed to bring you back to spec
sorry outtowinpahc, i was readinng what you posted,,, got 1/4 way through and noticed your avatar for a few minutes lol ;)
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