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Old 12-01-2017, 05:36 AM   #9
itsnotanova
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Originally Posted by The Radium King View Post
the dual mass flywheel is dampened; a lw flywheel is not. jake has seen failures (broken cranks) which he attributes to the lack of dampening. the gt3 has a dampened drive pulley on the other end of the crank to compensate.
He also believes it retards timing. I by no means think I'm on any level as Jake but I have to disagree with him when it comes to a LWF. Every race car I know of races with a LWF and they don't have a high rate of crank failures. They also have their cars dyno'd and show the same amount of HP as the street cars. Again Jake's the master and I'm just a monkey who takes them apart. You'll have to make your own decision based on what you believe.
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