Aftermarket 6MT flywheel found

Old 04-19-2019, 09:18 AM
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Aftermarket 6MT flywheel found

We are all well aware of the $1,500+ price tag our flywheels have when buying directly form Acura/Honda. Up until now there were no aftermarket manufacturers for it.
On the topic of resurfacing dual mass flywheels, there is a divided community with polarizing opinions arguing for and against the practice of machining our flywheels when the time comes to replace the clutch.
I reached out to Aasco Motorsports in Anaheim CA and this is their response:
My Inquiry
I'm looking for a direct fit flywheel for my 2011Acura TL3.7 SH-AWD 6 speed manual transmission Do you folks make a non-racing basic flywheel that would fit this car? if so how much would it be?Thank you"
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"Yes we do it is part #100110-11, it is a direct OE replacement light weight aluminum flywheel that weighs 15lbs. The price is $655.00 and good in stock.Thank you"

4th Gen TL Flywheel cost is $655 USD, weighs 15lbs and is a direct OE replacement. If anybody can pitch in on how robust Asco's designs are or maybe even installed this flywheel?
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The possibility of using the Aasco flywheel has come up here every now and again over the last several years; so far at least, I don't believe I've ever heard of anybody using one.
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I've got a SPEC single mass and Stage 3+ clutch. Works a treat. Total cost was less than just the dual mass flywheel.
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How does it drive isn't that too aggressive? I'm looking for a not so grabby set up
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Great link! thank you. Do you think Aasco is a reputable manufacturer?
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FWIW this thread got me going down a rabbit hole!
It appears an OEM J37 flywheel is ~32 lbs:
And the AASCO is ~14 lbs (see photos on Heelandtoe linked above)

And everything I've found = AASCO is awesome. E.g.

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That's an 18 lb weight difference! I'm wondering how much driving dynamics will change with that much weight reduction
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My current set up is a clutchmasters fx250 clutch kit; (Stage2+) and an AASCO Flywheel; cant speak on how to put everything together but performance wise:
faster revs, so it accelerates quicker when you first hit the throttle; however, top end feels slower.
VTEC don’t feel the same.
I am fully stock otherwise (aside from the basic wheels and suspension upgrade and K&N Performance air filter.)
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