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Old 04-23-2019, 05:26 AM   #10
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I have an AASCO on the Boxster. One of the issues I had it turns out was the fact I had a Boxster S flywheel on a 3.6 motor. The Boxster S flywheel and I assume other Boxster flywheels have 3 bolts that hold the starter ring on the flywheel. I had one of the bolts back out slowly overtime and take out the Crank Position Sensor. Apparently the 911 flywheel has six bolts. I had mine machined for all six bolts. So - if the flywheel you are getting has only three bolts - I would suggest making sure they are very tight.

The only company that doesn't like lightweight flywheels is LN engineering - they recommend keeping the dual mass.

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