Join Date: May 2006
Location: Redwood City, CA
butters, which flywheel? I'm tempted to not change my flywheel becuase i'm on hills and lazy on managing throttle on start-ups so it's the other thing i'm nervous about. On the clutch is it your feeling that it's more of a narrowed band that makes it harder to feather or that it just doesn't really feather? I drove a 350Z a while back and i was certainly shocked at how much tighter and narrower the clutch was. I had an Obviously it's something people get used to, but i'm often a person who opts for the devil you know...
However!!! i also really like the idea that down shifting (for someone like me who isn't very good at rev matching) would be less upsetting to the car with a lighter flywheel... hummmm.....
2006 Aspen White Elise. LSS, LSD, Traction control, LS Toe Link Brace, LS Ohlins DA, Rota 15/16's, BOE surge tanks and Sector 111 Gpan2, Red leather, JL speakers all around with Acapulco MP54, CF dash top, gas shock opening rear deck, multi-vex mirros and replaced rear-view mirror with kit off this forum.