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Old 09-22-2011, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default Fidanza Miata Flywheel for Quartermaster 7.25" clutch

Not sure what these run. I'll throw it up at $200 + shipping which shouldn't be much because it doesn't weigh much of anything.

I'll bring it to work tomorrow to get exact weight.

Works with any of the QM/Tilton 7.25" clutches (which can typically be found on ebay at a decent price)
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This is the same flywheel I used to make my twin plate clutch.

in other words, it also works with Tilton clutches.
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Thanks for the info, updated!
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Still have this? I'm seriously interested.
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Thought I had it sold, but...bump.
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Sorry, man. My parts guy is still hunting a clutch solution for me. I'll call him this afternoon and berate him some and see if he can make any progress in the next couple of days.
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What did you need to know, I may have the info...are you not sure you want a multi-disc clutch?
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No, I'm not sure what exactly I'm going to buy, and from where. My parts guy and I have been over a ton of options, and he was supposed to get me some prices, but he's been busy at work, and I've been busy at school, and I guess it all fell by the way side. Like I said, I'll get back with you as soon as I know something.
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No problem, now that I found that I can get cerametallic 7.25" clutch discs from Tilton, I may be inclined to hang onto it. I was having trouble finding them previously. Quartermaster didn't offer them but I didn't think to check Tilton.
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clutchnet will make custom disks for you also. that's where I sourced my organics. they were half the cost of the cerametallic from tilton and plenty for a 350 bhp car if you use an adequately strong pressure plate.
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Clutchnet has more than doubled the price you paid for discs, y8s. They did seem very easy to work with and eager to please, though.
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i'm sure any aftermarket clutch maker can make them. it's a standard size. All they need is the broaching tool for the splines--which anyone that makes clutch disks for miatas already has.

I think the guy who always answered the phone was Oleg but I'm not certain. It's been years.
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