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Old 04-23-2004, 02:15 PM   #13
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Originally posted by mbiker97
However since there is less mass in a lighter flywheel and the mass of the rest of the engine stays the same the flywheel should deccelerate faster.
The flywheel will drop revs faster, just as it will pick revs up faster. The amount of time between | clutch in -> revs gain -> revs drop to RPMs at clutch in | will be the same for both flywheels, but the lighter one will hit a higher RPM.
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