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Old 05-25-2016, 03:27 PM   #1
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Question Flywhell ,change or not change?

HI ! I buy my BOXSTER S 2000 6700 Milles with a defective clutch at very good price,and general perfect condition i read on 986forum about clutch and i decide to order a SPEC STAGE 2 clutch and i want to know if i can use my original flywheel re-facing ? or change the flywhell make a real difference? i still have one week delay to receive the parts and this is the time to decide to order extra part if you think it's important. thanks for the site and help

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Old 05-25-2016, 03:35 PM   #2
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You can't cut the stock flywheel, it's a dual mass :/

A lighter flywheel will definitely make a difference, especially in 1st gear, but I've red (here) that it may cause rattling in the gearbox at idle.
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Test the dual mass FW to see if its still within spec. If so, then re-use. If not, it has to be replaced.

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