Flywheel Conversion 911 G50 To 964 993 3.6L Dme 240Mm
+ Certified Computer Balanced
+ Use with PN: 964 101 187 PM - Bracket Support for Engine Crankshaft Sensor
We also suggest this unit when using MoTeC or engine management systems with the G50-00 and G50-50 transmissions.
+ Rated 550 Ft/Lbs. Tq holding capacity.
Item: PKG 950 116 KEP LW S1
+ Note: (1987-1993) 911 Use PN: 950 116 813 06 - Updated 32mm Guide Tube Thru-11/92)
Item: CLU 950 116 080 08
+ 238 mm I.D.
Item: CLU 950 116 143 01
+ Torque Spec: 20-25 Nm (14-18 ftlb)
+ Superceeds from PN: 900 067 045 03
Item: HAR 900 067 045 03
Cars That Fit Flywheel Conversion 911 G50 to 964 993 3.6L DME 240mm
|964||(1989-1994) 3.6L H6 NA 964|
|964 Turbo / 965||(1991-1993) 3.3L H6 Turbo 964||(1994) 3.6L H6 Turbo 964|
|Engine Conversion||911 Chassis|
|993||(1994-1998) 3.6L H6 NA|
|993 Turbo / GT2||(1995-1998) 3.6L H6 Turbo|
|Transaxle / Gearbox||G50 5-6 Speed|
|911||(1984-1989) 3.2L H6 NA Carrera|
Additional Tips And Information For Flywheel Conversion 911 G50 to 964 993 3.6L DME 240mm
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PATRICK MS billet steel production flywheels include certified high resolution balancing. With clutch cover and ring gear combined, the assembly, balancing and indexing are completed with no added cost!
WHY? Proper balancing can prevent vibration, heat build-up, and prolong bearing life. High-RPM applications require critical tolerances to prevent failures at inopportune moments. Properly balanced components in racing applications can be critical when it comes to whether one will stand on the podium or not!
There are countless applications in automotive balancing - especially when racing is taking place. Crank balancing is the most often thought of application, but any rotating part, such as flywheels, clutches, pulleys, camshafts, brake rotors, fans, etc. can benefit from proper balancing.