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i used my dashawk tonight and i did a 0-60 run and i got a 4.50 with lpe intake magnaflow and 265s in the rear whats your time ?
 

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I might have to borrow my girlfriend's iTouch and try a 0-60 run now that I have the new lightweight flywheel in. The car definitely seems like it accelerates better in the lower gears.
 

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people have so many mixed opinions on lightweight flywheels if they are better for straight aways some people disagree so theres only 1 way to find out please let me know lolll
 

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Well, no doubt about the fact that it makes the car feel 200-300 lbs lighter, but the surprising thing was that it is absolutely no harder to start off than with the stock flywheel. That really surprised me - I expected to have to give it more pedal to get off the line without stalling, but it's almost completely undetectible.
 

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... the surprising thing was that it is absolutely no harder to start off than with the stock flywheel. That really surprised me - I expected to have to give it more pedal to get off the line without stalling, but it's almost completely undetectible.
Good to hear as I'll be having mine installed in a couple of weeks, and that was one of my concerns. Must be the torque from that ol' V-8 under the hood. :highfive:
 

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lighter flywheel FTW... there is no replacement for displacement
 
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