Fidanza Aluminum Lightweight Flywheel (Evo)

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Why Fidanza?

Our aluminum flywheels are made from the highest quality 6061 T6 aluminum. The material is fantastic for strength, heat dissipation and of course reduction in weight. The friction surface we use is an icredibly strong 1045 steel. The flywheel friction plates are milled to meet our high specifications.

A Fidanza aluminum flywheel can mate with any type of clutch material, including organic, kevlar, ceramic, metallic and sintered iron. We attach the replaceable friction surface with military grade aerospace fasteners. With these replaceable friction plates there is no need to replace the entire flywheel when the clutch or flywheel is at the end of it's life, saving time and money. The ring gears we use are also made from 1050 steel and are heat treated for durability.

The flywheel ring gears are heated then pressed on and secured with grade 8 button screws. We were the first to utilize a stepped dowel system in most of our flywheel applications. This doweling method ensures that once the pressure plate is installed the dowels cannot be removed because they become locked into place.

Why Aluminum?

No chromemoly can compete with the awesome serviceablity, strength and superior design of Fidanza's aluminum flywheels. If there was a better material out there, we would be using it.


Flywheel Weight: 9.5 lbs

Customer Reviews

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Dont know of a better lightweight flywheel

I bought this back in Nov 2010, earlier in the fall of 2010 I spun my clutch, so along with ordering a Fidanza 3.2 (for MR) I picked this gem up since I spun the clutch on my stack and didnt want to resurface it, along with freeing up some weight in the transfer of power. Installation was a bit of a pain, but it was just a buddy and I on a 4 point rack doing a full clutch and flywheel swap. I heard there was problems in the past with the ring separating from the assembly but I have been putting it through its paces and has not failed me or let me down yet. If your looking for a lightweight flywheel, this is the one I would suggest.