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I have a Bozzspeed lightweight (11lbs) flywheel for sale. I had it in my car, but it just isn't for me. I would recommend it for someone who regularly races, or wants all-out speed. It IS a lot faster (I now know), but isn't as friendly for around-town driving (see posts below). Feel free to ask questions!

It was just cleaned up by a machine shop, of course. I wouldn't sell it with all my clutch goo on it...

If you're interested, make an offer please. Make 'em good, I paid a good buck for it, and won't sell it for $50. Thanks!!

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Will the TT flywheel fit on an N/A ...if it will I'll take it off your hands for a good price... but I'm not sure that it will fit...

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Argh.. yes I forgot to mention that.
1 - It works for sure on my TT
2 - It should work on an N/A, but I am not sure
3 - I know the TT / NA flywheels are different, however, maybe the aftermarkets fit both??

I unfortunately don't have the time to research that right now.. sorry!

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I don't get it, how would it not be friendly for around the town driving. It is only lighter right? It is not like it is a rps Stage III or anything. I wanted to get one but would love to know what the downfall would be. What is the msrp?
 

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I understand where you're going...
The reason I say that is due to the physical nature of it. Since it is lightweight, it does not have as much momentum. That is the purpose of a flywheel, other than mating to the clutch. So, when you go to take off at the usual 800-1200 rpm, it tends to bog much much easier. So, you just need to either rev it higher, or feather the clutch a bit more to get a smooth start. But, once it is moving, it revs very quickly because there is less momentum to overcome. Hope this helps!!

Ken

PS - MSRP $410
 

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Best offer is:

$150

(That's soooo cheap for this wheel!!)

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well ill give ya 225 you pay shipping if nobody pulls thought. i live on long isdland you were supposed to buy ny motor remember me
 

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That's better =)

It was installed on my car for less than 10k miles.

I think Anthony wants this flywheel, just a hunch!

$265+ship is b.o. as of now, I'm gunna have to close this bidding soon, the bills are due next week!

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Ken,
what is the condition of the flywheel ?
10k miles is quite a bit, and I assume
its about 1 year old ?

Lastly, did your clutch slip against the flywheel?

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It was installed in my car at 26k, removed at 33k, so actually 7k miles. That's nothing for a flywheel! They should last 100k-200k realistically! And I don't drive hard very often - I rev match, take off gently, etc. too. The clutch NEVER slipped, I think that kinda was one of my complaints, if you read the first few posts about low rpm starts. It is in great shape, you will be happy with it =)

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Thanks Ken,
When are u ending the bidding ?
I'm leaving for my vacation next Wed, and hope to settle this ASAP.

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Ken,
I don't think anyone will bid higher than me. Can u close it now cause I will be on vacation next Wed and will return to US later this Dec.

I want to get the flywheel by Tuesday, meaning u will have to send it out today or latest tomorrow. I would also need the tracking number for it.

Please email me direct at: [email protected]

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Anthony Ng
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