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Old 07-09-2019, 08:49 PM
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Originally Posted by sancho View Post
Smooths the bottom end out.
then I can assume this is a lot harder on your clutch shoes right? Lol I feel that added weight would take it longer to get that heavier weight fly wheel spinning, causing more slippage from the shoes on the clutch bell, because it would start up slower? And most likely harder on your breaks, as that weight would also add to the centrifugal force of the flywheel, causing your drive train to remain spinning faster and longer once you let off the gas? Seems like there’s definitely some give and take going with steel. Am I on the right idea here? Lol

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