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hello ,

Finally , i will upgrade my 2.0E to a 2.2 S engine and actually I 'm trying to have all the parts which are still missing ...
but My question is between the 2.0 and 2.2 Is there a difference in the flywheel dimension ?(215 to 225 mm) ?
If It is yes , can I put a 225 mm flywheel with my 2.0 crank (2.2 crank is the same ) ? do you recommend me for reliability a lightweight flywheel (aluminium ) or a stock flywheel a bit lighter because I will balance my crank and the rods.

My other question : Is there a modification of the clutch design (due to the power increase) ? If yes it is possible without any problems(because the gearbox is the same ) to upgrade ?


Thanks for your good advices

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what transmission do you plan to use?
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my 901 which is the same for a 2l2
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If you are going to continue to use your 901 transmission, you'll need to keep the same 215 mm flywheel. The '70 cars which used the 225 mm flywheel also used the used a 911 gearbox with the the appropriate linkage for the pull-type clutch. Unless you want to replace your gearbox (or at least the clutch portions) as well as your clutch cable, you will need to stay with the earlier push-style clutch and flywheel. There are people who do offer upgraded clutches for the earlier flywheel/gearbox versions and I've seen them just posted recently (last 2 weeks?) on this BBS. Do a search on "clutch" and see what you find.

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thanks jluet !!!!

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