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Chevy Lightweight Steel Flywheel, 153 Tooth, 2-Piece Main

Specs
Material Type:
Steel
Weight:
16.8
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Overall Thickness:
.87
Tooth Count:
153
SFI Rated:
Yes
Bolt Hole Circle:
11.63
Garage Sale:
No
Notes
Has a 7" cutout on the back side.
Chevy Lightweight Steel Flywheel, 153 Tooth, 2-Piece Main

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Don't sacrifice your acceleration due to a heavy flywheel. For 1955-1985 internally balanced 153 tooth small block Chevy applications.

  • 16.8 lbs
  • Typically used with 10-1/2" Ram solid hub clutch disc 605-351 and pressure plate 605-401
  • Will also work with a Ram 605-301M sprung hub or 605-1021 6-pad clutch disc

Notes

NOTE: 

Not For Use w/Stock Clutch Disc, use 10 1/2" Ram Clutch and Pressure Plate, 605-301M or 605-1021 Only.

This flywheel is not compatible with stock type sprung hub clutch discs (5 or 6 springs). A performance type disc with 8 springs must be used. Or aftermarket flywheel bolts like ARP or Mr. Gasket will work with the 5 or 6 spring clutch.

Performance and SFI-approved flywheels must be used with performance clutch discs only. Use of a stock-style clutch disk with a performance flywheel will often result in insufficient operating clearance between the disc hub and flywheel bolts.

Item Details

16.8 lbs

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Product Q&A

3 questions : 3 answers

1 answers

Will it fit 1975 SBC in an Avanti? What is the diameter and size of center hole?

Streetsweeper
Milbridge, ME, USA
January 31, 2015

Will it fit 1975 SBC in an Avanti? What is the diameter and size of center hole?

Answers

February 02, 2015
Tech
These will fit any 2 pc seal SBC engine from 1955-1985, as long as it is not an external balance 400 cu in engine. It you have a 1975 350 it will fit.
1 answers

need help hey there I have a imca a-mod that i'm planning on running a Saginaw 3 speed in that has a mid plate that is 1/4" thick I was wondering how I can take up that extra 1/4" that the mid plate is adding I am going to runn a hydrolic throw out bearing too.

shorty38
Kansas, USA
November 11, 2013

need help hey there I have a imca a-mod that i'm planning on running a Saginaw 3 speed in that has a mid plate that is 1/4" thick I was wondering how I can take up that extra 1/4" that the mid plate is adding I am going to runn a hydrolic throw out bearing too.

Answers

November 12, 2013
Jason
To use a mid plate you will need to shim the trowout bearing additionaly away from the transmission approximately the thickness of the mid plate. This is done during the setup of your hydraulic throwout bearing and the fact that the mid plate is there will be nearly un-noticed.
1 answers

how many pounds does the fly wheel weigh

ontario canada
July 18, 2011

how many pounds does the fly wheel weigh

Answers

July 19, 2011
Jason
This is a 17lb flywheel
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