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I have had my Fidanza in for about a year now, but its only been driven for about 5-6 months. I recently blew my ACT clutch, and was wondering what I should do about resurfacing the flywheel?

I believe it has replacable friction material, but has anyone ever done this?

Or should I not even worry about doing this because the car wasnt driven that much??

i dont know what to do :confused:
 

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Garage Queen: 91 VG30DETT
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1yr of use is nothing compared to the stock that lasts 100k miles or more. i don't think you can resurface them. you just throw them away and get new ones (maybe after 60k miles).
 

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you can replace the friction material but i think i remember it being over half of the price of the flywheel.
i would just use my judgement on the flywheel. does it look like it needs replaced?
 

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Not true. You can replace the steel friction surface on Fidanza flywheels. Your should still be ok though since it didn't see much use.

LudeSER13 said:
1yr of use is nothing compared to the stock that lasts 100k miles or more. i don't think you can resurface them. you just throw them away and get new ones (maybe after 60k miles).
 

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i'll hafta take a closer look at it and determine if it needs help. Im hoping its not all scratched up from the broken clutch disc, the spring popped out and a piece of metal were floating around in there.
 
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