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Old 07-10-2019, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by dodgeguy View Post
I think your looking at power direction opposite of where it's coming from. The steel flywheel reduces the rate of engine rpm. The clutch will engage at the same rpm whether it is a steel or aluminum flywheel. The engagement is dependent on the springs and weight of the shoes.
dang, youíre right. I was trying to think my way through the physics of all that is happening in that chain. I was off. Lol. So essentially, heavier flywheel=slower engine spool up. In turn, reducing wheel spin out in loose traction, because itís taking some away from torque.
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