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Flywheel/Clutch diameter differences?

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Hi everyone,

 

I noticed there are a few different flywheel/clutch diameter options from FWD, to GSR, FTO, Evo etc etc.

 

What effect does this have to how the clutch feels or operates?

I assume that a larger flywheel/clutch combo means more bite without a heavy clutch?



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A bigger combo may not fit in a different bellhousing than what its designed for, due to size constraints...
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Thanks,

And what about how much torque each can handle for a given pressure plate force?




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