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Steve@Rennsport Steve@Rennsport is offline
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Originally posted by Jay Auskalnis
Not sure on which one to use, but if the car is to have a significant amount of street driving, don't do it. It will make the car very "annoying" to drive in any sort of stop-n-go situation. Plus, your passengers will insist you drive "solo" after shaking them up.
Hi Jay:

With all due respect, installing a LWF in these cars will have little or no effect on drivability unless there are pre-existing issues with the pressure plate, clutch disc, FI or ignition timing.

We've been doing such things on these cars since 1978 with no stalling or jerking unless there were other problems.

As with anything, driver technique and skills play the biggest role regardless which flywheel/clutch is in use,...
Steve Weiner
Rennsport Systems
Portland Oregon
(503) 244-0990
Old 01-02-2007, 12:24 PM
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