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Old 04-21-2010, 05:11 AM   #1
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Default LS7 clutch fylweel options.

So Im going to junk my spec kit, still having issues after the drill mod.


I decided I want the LS7 kit.

What are my flywheel options besides stock ?

Id like something llighweight like I have now (22lb)


I like the weight of the ram flywheel but dont like the idea Its aluminum.

what other options do I have ?
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Scoggin Dickey has what you want; LS7 setup with a aluminum flywheel
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Scoggin Dickey has what you want; LS7 setup with a aluminum flywheel
Is that the Ram flywheel with thier kit?

i've been on the fence about using a aluminum flywheel in a heavy car like the CTS-V , But **** it Im not going to be a the strip.

My car is mostly used for highway runs if I do run it.

Im going to give it a shot
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