Cobra, does the Lightweight Flywheel change any of the drive-ability habits on your Z06. I know on the ZR1 it's little harder to drive in stop and go traffic and more drive-train snatch to due the lack of inertia or momentum. :cheers:Cobra4B said:Oh yeah!!... the cost would be way way way too much to do it alone. You'll want to do it when you need a new clutch b/c you have to buy a new clutch/flywheel as a balanced assembly.
I have the LUK ProGold clutch kit w/ a Fidanza aluminum flywheel. It revs noticably faster. At VIR I got 3-5 mph more on the back straight.
Sometimes stopping at a light the RPMs will drop to like 700 then come up to standard idle at 800 just b/c of the reduced inertia. Starting at a light is just fine and the same as stock to me. I can still idle forward in slow trafic w/o bucking, but it's a bit "worse" than stock. The thing that freaked me out at first was the mild vibrations. I thought I had a balance problem b/c the tech said it vibrates a bit now. After further research I've learned that the lower inertia just dampens the motor less so all the mechanical motions are enhanced and trasmited through the stick more. Drive your car and hold the stick and you'll feel a mild vibration... now just turn it up a click. Nothing bad, not like a masagger (vibrator ) in your hand or anything. Just make sure the installer follows the new torque specs (will come w/ the flywheel) they're different than the stocker.IT L GO said:Cobra, does the Lightweight Flywheel change any of the drive-ability habits on your Z06. I know on the ZR1 it's little harder to drive in stop and go traffic and more drive-train snatch to due the lack of inertia or momentum. :cheers: