........what he said AND it throws you out of your power band like waaay too fast....when changing gears i have to rev it to like 5k rpms to stay within my power band daily driving in ordere to make my car move LOLBjorn said:a light flywheel decreases parasitic drivetrain losses and takes less energy to spin, giving you more power at the wheels. It makes a major difference in the lower gears and generally makes the engine more responsive (i.e. easier to drive). The only downside is that if you bog a launch real bad, the engine will stall immediately, instead of sputtering and trying to turn over by itself - or if you have a laggy turbo set-up, it might be more difficult to launch
Storm88000 said:Only downside of the light flywheel is occasionaly you will stall at red lights (only if your car is manual, obviously) because of how fast the revs drop. I've had my Fidanza in my car for 2 years and I still stall like once a month.