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#1 Old 01-30-2010, 08:41 AM
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Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

What are your guys thought son the valeo solid flywheel conversion kit? My stock clutch just went out and I am going to go ahead and change it over to a solid flywheel but I am not sure what route i want to go. i was thinking about just getting the valeo conversion kit off of ebay since it is like $150.00 cheaper there than anywhere else I have looked. I would go with something better but I am kinda strapped for cash and this whole ordeal is going to cost about $900.00.


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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

I personally would buy it off seoulfulracing as weve seen multiple buyers get caught with a fake Valeo Racing kit and it having problems over the year or two.

If you look you can get the Clutch/Lightweight Flywheel capable of holding up to like 270WHP for 580 shipped of SFR's site, this is what im doing also.


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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

Do not buy that clutch...just go on sfr and order that clutch that's what i did ive had it for about a year and no problems.
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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

well it does have a warranty
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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

thanks for the input guys. i wish i had 4589.00 to drop on seouful's kit. i think i will just have to go with the first one and then get his later. I dont have the ability to do the swap myself at my house and no shop around me will let me use their lift for a day.

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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

Hey guys, this SFR clutch kit, does it come with everything needed to change out the dual mass flywheel on the V6 with the lightweight flywheel?

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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

IMO unless you want to be only using the VHR clutch, I would look at other options first. No other clutches are compatible with the VHR flywheel and vise versa.


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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

My big dilemma is whether to even buy a new flywheel. My car has 86,000 on it and the clutch went about a month ago but I've still been driving it. The clutch slips more and more every time I drive it but I've been nursing it. Think it's time to get a flywheel?

And if so, why not get the SFR? I don't really care what I put in the car as I never drive it, I've just read to stay away from OEM and I want to go as cheaply as possible. Any thoughts? I've searched but every thread is different depending on circumstances.

The Spec clutch is cheap, but their flywheel is out of control...

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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

just get the sfr kit then is the cheapest and has been proven to work time after time

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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

You can use more than a few different flywheels with the spec clutch. I am using a XTD chromoly flywheel with my spec clutch for instance which was $250 new. I KJB sells ark's chromoly flywheel and spec clutches and is a sight sponsor. I have heard horror stories about sfr, which is why I have never dealt with them.


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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

SFR has been very good for the small but popular products i've ordered; but, if they don't have what you want and place it on backorder, i think that's where the issues lie. As for the VHR kit, i can't comment but it is what SFR uses in their drag i4.

Besides that I would make sure you change your flywheel also. I understand it is alot of money (so was mine) but you need to wrap your head around the thought. Besides, you already know what a cheap POS clutch and flywheel are like; you claimed to of have one for 86xxx miles LOL, Do both clutch and flywheel so that you don't have the same woes with the tibby in the premature future.

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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

the lwfw is great for throttle response, and you really feel a difference in 1st gear.

the downside is gear rattle once the engine is warmed up and you are in neutral. once i drive about 15minutes, it is pretty audible.

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the lwfw is great for throttle response, and you really feel a difference in 1st gear.

the downside is gear rattle once the engine is warmed up and you are in neutral. once i drive about 15minutes, it is pretty audible.
It's not so bad with a chromoly flywheel. In fact I don't hear it all, but I have heard it in the past. May have something to do with the gear oil I'm using now or clutch, but who knows.


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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

Lame. I couldn't wait for an answer as to whether SFR had the goods ready to ship, so I just spent $613 I don't have on the KJB site. I'll post back at some point and let everyone know what I think. Thanks for the help

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It's not so bad with a chromoly flywheel. In fact I don't hear it all, but I have heard it in the past. May have something to do with the gear oil I'm using now or clutch, but who knows.
your flywheel is probably heavier than mine, what gear oil are you using.

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your flywheel is probably heavier than mine, what gear oil are you using.
Yup about 4lbs more but I bet you mine is stronger

Right now I'm using 75w90 royal purple gear oil. It's GL4 compatible and cheap. Seems to work better than a couple others I tried.


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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

hmmmmmmm really. I have heard mixed things about the RP. I just ordered some motylgear 300.

My next flywheel is probably gonna be the 13lb ark, i am sure those extra 4 lbs dampen the noise.

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Re: Thoughts on Solid flywheel conversion kit

Hey all, picking my KJB flywheel/clutch up tomorrow from UPS. F*CKING SNOW.

Will this have everything needed to install? I'm fuzzy on whether this is single mass and what the conversion entails.

What gear oil do you all recommend? I'll get the mechanic to throw some in. Thanks!

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In the process of putting mine back together right now...upon removal of the flywheel and clutch i found that the flywheel was badly scarred and in need of replacement. called the dealer cost of new dual mass flywheel $1307.85....needless to say i bought the valeo conversion kit everything bolted up fine and appears to be in working order should have finished tonight
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In the process of putting mine back together right now...upon removal of the flywheel and clutch i found that the flywheel was badly scarred and in need of replacement. called the dealer cost of new dual mass flywheel $1307.85....needless to say i bought the valeo conversion kit everything bolted up fine and appears to be in working order should have finished tonight
let me know if you have problems with the trans jerking really bad in first and second gear. i got the valeo kit as well. The shop had some trouble putting it in but everything was working fine on the way home from the shoplast night but this morining started having trouble. I cant even use first gear it is so bad.

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let me know if you have problems with the trans jerking really bad in first and second gear. i got the valeo kit as well. The shop had some trouble putting it in but everything was working fine on the way home from the shoplast night but this morining started having trouble. I cant even use first gear it is so bad.
I've installed 2 of the valeo kits (not the "xtreme" that SFR/ ARC sells) and haven't had problems with either. Very good engagement and mininal noise from going dual mass to solid. Sounds like there is something else going on.
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I've installed 2 of the valeo kits (not the "xtreme" that SFR/ ARC sells) and haven't had problems with either. Very good engagement and mininal noise from going dual mass to solid. Sounds like there is something else going on.
TOB? I really dont know that much about transmissions but I was there when they put it back together yesterday and I didnt see any other way to do it. Hyjndai tech told me that we needed to pry on the clutch lever to pop the TOB in to the pressure plate. I tried that but i never heard the "click" that I was supposed to hear. I dont think it would work at all if it wasnt snapped in though.

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You need to rotate the arm counterclock wise to snap it in. If you did that and didn't hear the "click" its most likely because its already snapped in. Your clutch wouldn't disengage at all if it wasn't snapped in. Did you watch them install the disc? Did they put the protruding side toward the pressure plate or the flywheel? I've seen different discs/ pressure plates from different suppliers that call for installation in different directions...
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I've installed 2 of the valeo kits (not the "xtreme" that SFR/ ARC sells) and haven't had problems with either. Very good engagement and mininal noise from going dual mass to solid. Sounds like there is something else going on.
Yup, SRI was not connected to the intake manifold.

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