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    The flywheel itself is not bigger, just the clutch assembly , that's why the flywheel and ringgear line up for the m44
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    i didnt realise that marc mate! iv been reading up loadss on this issue and there are loads of pros and cons? peak revs and torque diff? im hopefully out on 24 aprill in my first drift event so im going to stick to my heavy flywheel for bit of extra torque and see how it goes? from what iv found out the flywheel is lighter but m3 clutch much heavier so equals about the same in weight overall! but in you case bigger clutch is good move with extra power but as mine is shite powerish standard clutch should work out better? but thank you very much for help mate
     
     

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