Do you guys recommend sticking with the stock fly wheel....or will it be better if I could get like a JUN flywheel.
I've driven a friends Integra that has a lightweight flywheel. The need for higher rpms isn't really a cause for concern. You adjust to it rather quickly. It doesn't interfere with daily drivability from what I can see. It's not a nuiscence or something you have to consciously think about. Just imagine your car suddenly wanting a few hundred more rpms than it used to.ozsupraNA said:I have heard that fitting a lightened flywheel means you need more revs to get a good launch. Is this true?
Does the lighter flywheel decrease everyday drivability? Would you recommend it as a mod for street cars?