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Engineering drawings of the neutrally balanced 2.8 flywheel? by sspeedstreet
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I'm talking to 10,000 RPM about having a steel billet flywheel made for my 3.4 DOHC / F40 swap. Does anyone here have access to engineering drawings for the neutrally balanced 2.8 flywheel?

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Contact A.R.I. engines, they specialize in G.M v6 performance. the web sight address is www.engine-parts.com. hope this helps
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Billet steel flywheels here - you'd need the '88.
http://www.andysautosport.c...s/pontiac_fiero.html

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Report this Post02-04-2015 03:52 PM Click Here to See the Profile for sspeedstreetClick Here to Email sspeedstreetSend a Private Message to sspeedstreetEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Thanks, guys. I'll give A.R.I. a call. Interesting about Andy's Autosport. I had no idea anyone made a steel flywheel for a 60*V6!
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Originally posted by sspeedstreet:
I had no idea anyone made a steel flywheel for a 60*V6!


WCF also makes a billet steel flywheel for the 60V6 with the F40 transaxle. I have only seen heavyweight ones but it's worth asking about a lightweight if that's what you want. They have also made aluminum flywheels for the F40. I have one on my workbench right now for a 3800/NSX transaxle swap.

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Report this Post02-04-2015 08:14 PM Click Here to See the Profile for KissMySSFieroClick Here to Email KissMySSFieroSend a Private Message to KissMySSFieroEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
interesting about the billet FW. Jegs will price match to online pricing. It was actually easy to do, just provide the link and the price with shipping.
For me that was $257 shipped.

I may order one. I was going to order a billet LS1 and machine it down to fit inside the fiero bell housing. My machine shop already said they could redrill the flywheel for the LS4 pattern.

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Originally posted by KissMySSFiero:
I was going to order a billet LS1 and machine it down to fit inside the fiero bell housing. My machine shop already said they could redrill the flywheel for the LS4 pattern.



LS1 and LS4 have the same crankshaft pilot diameter and crankshaft pattern.
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Originally posted by fierosound:
Billet steel flywheels here - you'd need the '88.
http://www.andysautosport.c...s/pontiac_fiero.html

Dang, now if they would make a 1 piece F40 Fiero flywheel...
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Originally posted by fieroguru:


LS1 and LS4 have the same crankshaft pilot diameter and crankshaft pattern.


i know. I was talking about ordering the billet V6 FW and having the machine shop drill it to the LSx crank pattern.
Similar to the way Russ Fiero did. I'm not too keen on the idea of using a cast FW.
originally I thought about having a shop turn down a 168tooth LS1 FW to fit a fiero ring gear. then drill the fiero clutch pattern.

from this thread
http://www.fiero.nl/forum/Forum4/HTML/057519.html

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Originally posted by lou_dias:

Dang, now if they would make a 1 piece F40 Fiero flywheel...


they're a supplier, not manufacturer. It's a Ram Clutches Flywheel. Part # 1570

But yes, that would be nice.
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Originally posted by lou_dias:

Dang, now if they would make a 1 piece F40 Fiero flywheel...


Well, that's what I'm talking about with 10000RPM. I hate the idea of a cobbled together or cast flywheel.
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