RHKTriton wrote:When C day comes, I'm leaning towards having the flywheel on hand.
Let's you do the job with minimum down time, dimensions should be spot on and you have a fresh ring gear.
The old flywheel can be either flogged off or re-machined for the next time.
RHKTriton wrote:Gee....never thought they'd bother having two different sizes on the same engine. I was under the impression my biggest worry was choosing between single and dual mass units.
So how much has to be done to the 2wd to make it work Bill?
Does this apply to the 3.2?
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