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What flywheel options are out there for a dual disc clutch

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I'm upgrading to a 6 spd. and will keep my 5spd. dual disc clutch (OEM).

What flywheel options are out there for the OEM clutch? I know there is Toda, Jun (2 versions), and Fidanza. Are these flywheels all made for dual disc clutches or for single disc? I want to stay with the OEM clutch because I do not plan on forced induction and I like the feel of it.

Other than weight, are there pros/cons for each type? I've done a lot of searching on this and get conflicting results.

As a final note on the transmission, I will be attaching the NSX-R main shaft and the NSX-R final drive ratio also.
 
Did you do this? If so, what flywheel did you pick and how do you like it? Would you do the 4.23 again?
 
i got this one. this is really cool.
it is supposed to be "the best"
right under 8 lbs.
combined with JDM shortgears w/ R&P,
it makes the car rev and sound like a streetbike

By Tilton

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i got this one. this is really cool.
it is supposed to be "the best"
right under 8 lbs. combined with JDM shortgears w/ R&P
makes the car rev and sound like a streetbike

By Tilton

Chromoly or Aluminum?

Right now the game plan is:

6 speed
OEM 5 speed clutch & TO bearing
Jun light fly (or ultralight?)
stock 4.06 or 4.23 (can't decide)
 
well, i bought the fidanza alum. I've seen chromoly warp on street cars and theres no way to fix it, the fidanza has a replaceable friction surface so its better.i think te weight is comparable .
 
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