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If we can get 10 people together i can get light weight flywheels to suit all RB motors Rb20, Rb25, Rb26 Rb30 for $375 each

They weigh 6.5kg each

They come complete with a new ring gear.

Made from high carbon 4340 steel.

Flywheels are CNC machined locally in Brisbane.

Previous group buys were $495 and made from a lower grade 4140 steel.

So that makes these great value.

Normal price for these flywheels are $450

Delivery to other states approx $20.

Confirmed people wanting one

Darrin PAIDED

Myr332 PAIDED

Sciby

Shane

Rb20-calais

Jaws

Bullant47 PAIDED

UPDATE

Flywheels are ready

We have 7 people

3-5 more available.

Please scroll thru to post no. 47 for payment details

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Are these treated in any way? Also interested if they come in lighter variants...

LW.

They can not make them any lighter.

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4340 is perhaps the highest grade high tensile steel that most machine shops can machine!!! THe japanese ones that are below 5 kgs are a totally different kettle of fish they are billet cast then machined (very expensive)... Also all you guys wanting to go below 5 kg have you thought of the effect on MAIN bearingS when doing this and not haveing the crank balanced; as you would in a rebuild.... Word of warning!! Going to light would be detramentle...

free bump!!!they sound good pity i have a tripple plate!!

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how long will this deal be around for?

Until we can 10 people together

As for weights 6.5 kg is the lightest they can do.

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Put me down for an RB25 lightweight flywheel. I am based in Sydney so I would have to organise delivery, but if that's good then yep definitely right to go!!!

If we can  get 10 people together i can get light weight flywheels to suit all RB motors Rb20, Rb25, Rb26 Rb30 for $375 each

They weigh 6.5kg each

They come complete with a new ring gear.

Made from high carbon 4340 steel.

Flywheels are CNC machined locally in Brisbane.

Previous group buys were $495 and made from a lower grade 4140 steel.

So that makes these great value.

Normal price for these wheels are $450

Pictures will be added some time tommorrow.

Delivery to other states approx $20.

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I have updated the the first post with a list of 6 people that are wanting one and a couple of maybe's

We need 4 more people

I will try and get some pictures emailed to me and then I will post them up.

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