Description: For sale is a New American Powertrain aluminum flywheel for 3.4 or 4.2 engine used in various models. Paid $400.00 and plans changed so now asking $200.00 now $180.00 plus shipping about $18.00 to most locations. Opened box for picture.
Asking price (if selling): $180.00
Location: USA west of Chicago
Contact information: Private message
Cost of shipping (if selling): Paid by buyer
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Hi Tim, I might be interested in the flywheel and can you please send name of the maker, thanks…
This is from Driven Man, aka American Powertrain. I ordered this with the 5 speed kit, but canceled the 5 speed transmission after month’s of waiting with no delivery date. It’s a nice quality piece. I’m keeping my original numbers matching parts on this car now, because I don’t think I’ll be keeping this E-type long and probably better selling it with complete matching numbers including flywheel.
@Jcrosby … this’d make a nice wall hanging for the new Taj Garaj!
Yes it would……but it would take the space of the original Monet I plan to hang instead.
For a rich guy in which im not. Don’t understand the haters out there. I spent 2000 miles behind my 420 sedan and this same flywheel with NO ill effects. Drove fine. I think the guys that complained about aluminum flywheels need refresher coarse on driving stick.
Oh, I’m no hater: I just simply realize they’re next to useless on a street car…
Just revs a little quicker.
I never noticed any measurable difference in street performance.
It does seem to do wonders for the mind dyno, though…
I only used an aluminum flywheel because I had none and the originals are stupid expensive. The steel one for my E was worn badly, but actually was saved. So don’t need this aluminum one.
Not trying to start an argument.
Oh, neither am I… It’s a perfectly acceptable substitute if you can’t find a good steel one.
$180 is a great price. Someone will snap it up.
Hi Tim, I’ll take it the flywheel. You have my address from the last purchase of the head-liner. Please send your address again for payment.