hahaha good one.
Another note if I may. If you buy a flywheel and are planning on installing it yourself, I had a problem with the dowel pins. They were not included with the flywheel. I couldn't find them anywhere. If this happens to you, take your old flywheel to a machine shop. They should have a tool called a dowel pin puller(go figure) that can get them out in under 5 minutes. Its basically a slide hammer with a special fitting on the end. The machine shop I went to didn't even charge me. Then you just bang them in with a hammer.