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Old 12-17-2009, 09:52 AM   #1
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2.7L light weight flywheel

Anyone know of a light weight flywheel for a 2nd gen 2007 2.7L manual tacoma 4x4 ?
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Old 12-17-2009, 10:30 AM   #2
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no i dont,but im just wondering what your thinking?
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Old 12-17-2009, 03:31 PM   #4
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clutch masters said they could custom build me one for $550 so im trying to see if i can find one first

Alot of power is restricted with the flywheel and pulleys, by replacing them with lighter built flywheel and pulleys you will def. feel a difference added with a header and intake and full exhaust which im going to do
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You could consider getting the stock one lightend by a machine shop as well (if theres enough matrial there). Although im wondering how a 2.7 would feel with a lightweight flywheel... kinda strange i imagine as its not really a high rev. motor.
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clutch masters said they could custom build me one for $550 so im trying to see if i can find one first

Alot of power is restricted with the flywheel and pulleys, by replacing them with lighter built flywheel and pulleys you will def. feel a difference added with a header and intake and full exhaust which im going to do
This is true. You should see a marked difference in throttle response. Pretty kick ass setup if you ask me, which no one does.
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You could consider getting the stock one lightend by a machine shop as well (if theres enough matrial there). Although im wondering how a 2.7 would feel with a lightweight flywheel... kinda strange i imagine as its not really a high rev. motor.

i had a scion tc Naturally aspirated race built with light weight flywheel and stage 2 clutch with pulleys and it was great and the engine is only a 2.4L...so i think the engine can handle it

unless someone tried it and it didnt work out very well
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i had a scion tc Naturally aspirated race built with light weight flywheel and stage 2 clutch with pulleys and it was great and the engine is only a 2.4L...so i think the engine can handle it

unless someone tried it and it didnt work out very well
Its not that i dont think it could handle it, i guess it just depends on the aplication. I've had a couple turbo honda's in my day with light weight flywheels and there great for high rpm shreading (my fiance has a tc btw and when the clutch dies its on the list). Think about low speed off road manuvers with a light weight flywheel though and thats where im talking about the diffence.
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clutch masters said they could custom build me one for $550 so im trying to see if i can find one first

Alot of power is restricted with the flywheel and pulleys, by replacing them with lighter built flywheel and pulleys you will def. feel a difference added with a header and intake and full exhaust which im going to do
o yeah,thats sounds cool.more power for the 4 banger.good for u man.
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bump...

anyone find a 2.7L lightweight flywheel?
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Old 06-04-2011, 09:53 AM   #12
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hell no, they want 1800 bucks

http://www.coolcarpartsonline.com/cl...sters-flywheel
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thats a 2.4....im 2.7L i dont think that will work for me
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