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RHD Engineering Lightweight Flywheel

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    RHD Engineering Lightweight Flywheel

    For sale is my very lightly used RHD lightweight flywheel at 7.5lbs. I had on the car for no more than a couple hundred miles. Full disclosure: because it is a machined flywheel, it is slightly loud when you start the car. Iím assuming is the resonance of the material. I compared it to the factory flywheel and the teeth dimensions all match up. RHD acknowledged the noise and said it is normal to have more noise at startup.

    Its $235 from RHD with $50 for shipping. Iím asking $215 shipped obo.




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    How many teeth is this one? Theres are difference according to RHD

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      RHD Engineering Lightweight Flywheel

      Originally posted by amcp View Post
      How many teeth is this one? Theres are difference according to RHD


      Itís the exact same as the flywheel for an M20B25. I donít know how many teeth it is. However many are on a factory flywheel.

      I just checked their website and that info was not there when I bought this. I will count the teeth on the flywheel and let you know.


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        #4
        Thanks!

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          #5
          Was considering one of these. Curious as to why you are selling.


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            #6
            We have one of these on one of the racecars, and I picked up the M30 one for my new build. Good quality unit and way worth the price. Though be warned, your left leg will get a work out in slow traffic/hot pit.
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            1991 Racecar (Chase Schmidt's former drift car - M30)
            2006 BMW X3
            2011 Audi A3 - wife's other German car

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              #7
              i have had this for a few years. for those wanting one i highly recommend it.


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                #8
                Do you have a pic of int in it's used condition?

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                  RHD Engineering Lightweight Flywheel

                  Originally posted by Febbo View Post
                  Was considering one of these. Curious as to why you are selling.


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                  They make slight whining noise when you start the car. It's been brought up in other threads when I was looking into it and I contacted RHD and they said it's normal because of the material.


                  To be honest, that is the only reason. I rebuilt the engine and put the OEM flywheel back in the car.

                  Originally posted by djjerme View Post
                  We have one of these on one of the racecars, and I picked up the M30 one for my new build. Good quality unit and way worth the price. Though be warned, your left leg will get a work out in slow traffic/hot pit.

                  I actually had not noticed much of a difference between the lightweight flywheel and the stock flywheel. Never stalled the car when I drove it the first time.

                  Originally posted by vehicular View Post
                  Do you have a pic of int in it's used condition?

                  I do. I will upload them shortly.



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                    #10
                    $200 shipped

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                      #11
                      Up. I really thought this would go pretty quick. lol

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                        #12
                        I thought this did sell. I just realized that there were two of them for sale at the same time.

                        I'll take it.

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                          Originally posted by vehicular View Post
                          I thought this did sell. I just realized that there were two of them for sale at the same time.

                          I'll take it.
                          Nope, still got it. Sending you a pm.

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                            This has been sold.

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