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Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by dave5551, Oct 21, 2013.
What's better for my s3 dual mass or solid mass flywheel
"better" by the means that the car will rev easier and release a little bhp
but you will get noisey or rattly nosies at idle
dmf and smf have there pros and cons
Yeah by the means of a bit more bhp the 3 av got is a work on progress bit it's soon to be running around 350 bhp
I have a Spec billet flywheel in my S3. the noise is acceptable when the AC is off. If AC is turned on, it rattles like a mofo...
The only thing is, that you have a lot more noise and vibration when you are breaking on the engine.
But in combination with a Sachs organic race clutch (I have the one without springs in it, zo no dampening at all) it drives awsome. launches @7000rpm go flawless. And you can drive normal.
i didnt know the SMF was avil for us Quattro boys, anyone have any links as my DMF has started to knock
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i got it from ebay, was a bit cheaper for the same product.
I think im going for this setup,,,Single Mass Flywheel for Audi S3 Quattro - 1.8i 20v Turbo 4x4 | CG Motorsport
Stage 3 Kit for Audi S3 Quattro - 1.8i 20v Turbo 4x4 | CG Motorsport
TTV flywheel is about £100 cheaper Dave
When i got mine it was £220 but i think there £300 now
Thanks i will have a look...
Im looking at a stage 2 clutch (from cg.motorsport) for my soon to be remapped 8L S3. Any one have one of these already? What are they like - how much 'stiffer' than standard?
Mmm, my research tells me that Kevlar is a bad choice for those of us that need to do stop / start traffic - there is a chance of overheating the Kevlar it seems - if this happens, the clutch can be toast. Might just stick with LUK / OEM.
ecs stage 3 clutch and fidanza flywheel here .. rattling at idle has got better since gbox fluid additive was put in, but still noisy as a motherfo when engine breaking which i personally find pretty annoying for a road-car
apart from that it grabs nicely and the pedal motion feels like stock