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has anyone heard bad things about their steel flywheels?
 

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I am running an SFI one with an 11" DF clutch. No issues or problems.
 

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thanks, is the dual friction clutch behind your stroker. is it holding up good. i have one behind my 351. and wasnt sure if it will hold up to the 408 thats going in soon.
 

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On 2006-09-09 13:20, hotrodconsolo wrote:
thanks, is the dual friction clutch behind your stroker. is it holding up good. i have one behind my 351. and wasnt sure if it will hold up to the 408 thats going in soon.
No issues after 1500 relatively hard miles on my 393w--I love banging the gears with both street tires and Hoosier drag tires.
 

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My Ram billet steel flywheel is doing good so far. I'm also using a ram 3 finger pressure plate(2800lb). Don't use a diaphram type pressure plate, may not hold the power. At least I didn't take that chance.
 

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doesnt the diaphram style like the centerforce actually hold better becasue it has the counter weights that provide more clamping force at higher rpm

jeff
 
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