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Old 03-05-2008, 02:41 PM   #1
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whats the best way to mark a aftermarket flywheel when it is already in the car ?dremel,whiteout red paint marker,etc?
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what brand of flywheel did you buy that does not have the TDC mark?
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i think its a cc
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I cannot imagine trying to do that with the flywheel still in the car Click the image to open in full size. Is the tranny on there?

I used red and white paint on my Fidanza, but that was before I installed it. IMO take that thing off before you try to mark it....you can rotate the crank pulley 1mm and the flywheel marks move almost and inch or 2 it seems like.
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lol yeah thats what i told him...i think its a comp clutch,im gonna get everything tdc and try to mark the flywheel rite between the timing indicator or ill tell him to count the teeth and match it up with mine lol that will give him a headache. i still cant beleive they sell flywheels with no marks
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competition clutch flywheels are etched with the TDC mark. they are identical to the ACT flywheels.
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do i win anything if this one doesnt have it??
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I'm working on installing my clutch now, is there any way to do this easily on my Fidanza flywheel?
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I'm working on installing my clutch now, is there any way to do this easily on my Fidanza flywheel?
It should have 2 little groves in it behind the teeth, so just line it up with the OEM flywheel marks (on the OEM wheel) and mark one red and one white just like the OEM wheel. Click the image to open in full size.

Or if it doesn't have the marks on the Fidanza, you can line the 2 wheels up with the hole for the tab on the crank.
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Sounds good! Thanks Click the image to open in full size.
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