Drivetrain need flywheel help. been seaching allday.

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  1. jeffl9682

    jeffl9682 New Member

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    I have a 2004 mustang gt. I already purchased a centerforce dual friction clutch and ford racing throw out bearing and pilot bearing. Im stuck on which flywheel to get. I already ruled out an aluminum one. I cant seem to figure out which would be a better match for the centerforce clutch, stock ford oem or a billett steel flywheel. i have been google searching flywheels all day.
    there are many options if i decide on a billet steel on. ie: spec, ram, ford racing. Centerforce does have a billet steel flywheel but it is almost 400$.
    I am just looking for some feeddback on which would be the best option for the clutch i bought. i only wanna do the install once lol.
    thanks in advance
  2. merc123

    merc123 Active Member

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    When you do it, make sure your dowel pins will fit the new one. When I did an OEM replacement I had to buy v6 dowels. The original ones did not fit it.
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    Mattstang04 Active Member

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    Also, be sure the Centerforce clutch does not require a Centerforce Flywheel. Im not certain if it does or doesn't but do be conscious of the possibility.
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    What's your reason for ruling out aluminum? Just curious.....I've been running one for over a year with no problems

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