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03-27-2005 06:31 PM
70bird OK, I just read this post

http://hotrodders.com/showthread.php?t=55341

and I think I'll send the aluminum flywheel back to summit and order the billet steel for $150 less.
03-27-2005 06:17 PM
70bird My Firebird is primarily my weekend driver. Periodically I take it to the drag strip.
03-27-2005 06:14 PM
BOBCRMAN@aol.com Steel for Drag racing type use with sticky tires. Aluminum for street or road course type use with treaded tires and few drag race style starts.
03-27-2005 02:04 PM
70bird
Billet steel flywheel or aluminum?

Should I go to an aluminum flywheel or stick with a steel one? It's in my bird with HO 502 crate motor, tremec tko 600 trans, currie 9 in rear w/ 3.70 limited slip.

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