Chevy Lightweight Steel Flywheel, 168 Tooth
Chevy Small Block V8, 168 Tooth Count, 12.63" Bolt Hole Circle, .83" Overall Thickness, Steel
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Don't sacrifice your acceleration due to a heavy flywheel. For 1955-1985 internally balanced 55-85 small block Chevy applications.
- Made of 1045 billet steel
- 168 tooth
- 21.7 Lbs.
- Use 11" clutch
- 55-85 2 Piece rear main SBC
Note: Not for use with stock clutch disc as springs on friction disc hub will not clear flywheel bolts.
Not For Use w/Stock Clutch Disc
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.
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