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The stock flywheel was designed with extra weight to make daily stop and go driving as easy as possible. The disadvantage of this weight is that your engine has to use more power to accelerate the flywheel which causes slower revs and an elastic feeling when engaging the clutch. If you're building your car for higher performance, a Bönez Lightweight flywheel will allow the engine to accelerate quicker with more power getting transferred to the asphalt. For comparison purposes, the stock flywheel weighs over 20lbs, the light steel flywheel weighs 17lbs, our Chromoly units weighs 9.25lbs, and the billet aluminum flywheel weighs a mere 8.5lbs. The prices for the Bönez Flywheels include the required counterweight and hardware.

 

Bönez Light Steel FlywheelLightening up the flywheel does so many things for the car. Better engine response, smoother power, easier shifting, more power to the ground to mention a few. The lightweight steel still has enough mass for easy everyday stop and go driving. All hardware and counterweight included. Note: We need to know what year model engine for counterbalance matching.

Bönez Light Steel Flywheel

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Bönez Aluminum FlywheelLightening up the flywheel does so many things for the car. Better engine response, smoother power, easier shifting, more power to the ground to mention a few. This aluminum flywheel is designed for minimal weight and maximum performance. It is not recommended for daily use since low speed driving and stop and go response is dramatically affected. All hardware and counterweight included. Note: We need to know what year model engine for counterbalance matching.

Bönez Aluminum Flywheel

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