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Old 05-14-2006, 08:45 AM   #1
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Honda Guys: Stock flywheel weight stuff

Civic VX def comes with 15 pound as opposed to 18 pound, and I just confirmed the Civic CX (92-95) to be the same.

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Re: Honda Guys: Stock flywheel weight stuff

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Civic VX def comes with 15 pound as opposed to 18 pound, and I just confirmed the Civic CX (92-95) to be the same.

So there.
Do you suspect that the JDM d15b (d15z1 clone) is the same? I really don't want to remove my flywheel just to weigh it.
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If you want a trick to get

If you want a trick to get it off use your breaker bar to brace the crank pulley and then put a wrench on the flywheel bolt and stomp the wrench,

I have no idea though, really no way to tell I don't think.
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i wish i had a lighter

i wish i had a lighter flywheel then maybe my shifts can be so much faster... but that would mean starting out there is a higher potenial for a stall correct?
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If you want a trick to get it off use your breaker bar to brace the crank pulley and then put a wrench on the flywheel bolt and stomp the wrench,

I have no idea though, really no way to tell I don't think.
Flywheel bolts come off easily with an air impact wrench (even a weak one) with no bracing of the crank.
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Quote:Flywheel bolts come

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Flywheel bolts come off easily with an air impact wrench (even a weak one) with no bracing of the crank.
That's the reason it's a trick and not the proper way to do it,

I don't have any air tools and I really didn't have any air tools at a stranger's house two hours from home.
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i wish i had a lighter flywheel then maybe my shifts can be so much faster... but that would mean starting out there is a higher potenial for a stall correct?
The rpms drop faster, yes, but most people say they adjust to the change very quickly.
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