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Porsche 911 (1974-89)
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Porsche 911 (1974-89)

Lightweight Sport Flywheels
A lot of your engine's horsepower can be wasted simply by making it work extra hard to spin up the rotational mass on the flywheel. Reducing the flywheel weight increases horsepower at the drivetrain, and also makes the throttle more responsive. Our lightweight aluminum flywheels are designed to reduce as much rotational weight as possible, increasing performance without sacrificing drivability. These are steel, approximately 7.5 lbs. They have undergone salt bath ferritic nitro carburizing, which gives them the ability to withstand the most aggressive clutch discs.

106408-12-M336

Lightweight Flywheel, Sport Version (8 lbs.), 911 (early 1979, Eng# 6292281 49-State or 6591576 California, through 1983)
   Brand: AASCO    [More Info]

$584.25
High Performance Lightweight Flywheels
A lot of your engine's horsepower can be wasted simply by making it work extra hard to spin up the rotational mass on the flywheel. Reducing the flywheel weight increases horsepower at the drivetrain, and also makes the throttle more responsive. Our lightweight aluminum flywheels are designed to reduce as much rotational weight as possible, increasing performance without sacrificing drivability. The flywheel has a replaceable heat-treated steel friction surface that aids in heat dissipation, and also increases friction. All rivets and fittings are manufactured out of stainless steel for strength and resistance to corrosion.

PEL-PP909136

High Performance Aluminum Flywheel (41% lighter), 911 (1974-77)    [More Info]

$399.99

PEL-PP909137

High Performance Aluminum Flywheel (59% lighter), 911 (1978-79)    [More Info]

Temporarily unavailable 
PEL-PP909138

High Performance Aluminum Flywheel (50% lighter), 911 Turbo (1980-88)    [More Info]

No Longer Available 
Flywheel Bolts
These should be replaced every time that the flywheel is replaced, since they are under a tremendous amount of pressure for most of their lives. Be careful when removing the old ones. They have a very shallow 12-point star pattern on them (used to apply a very high torque without slipping), that ironically slips all the time. If they strip, then you might have to grind them off, possibly destroying your flywheel, and possibly melting your flywheel seal in one big expensive operation. Make sure that you only use the flywheel bolt socket tool when removing or installing these tricky bolts. You will also need to secure the flywheel in place with our flywheel lock.

911-102-171-00-M153

Flywheel Bolt (sold per each, 6 req.), 911/911 Turbo (1974-77)
   Brand: Kamax  Original Equipment Manufacturer at the time of the vehicle's assembly    [More Info]

$12.00

930-102-206-00-M127

Flywheel Bolt (9 per car, sold individually), 911/911 Turbo (1978-89)
   Brand: German    [More Info]

$2.25
Flywheel Tools

PEL-TOL-1170

Flywheel Bolt Socket Tool, 12-Point/12mm     [More Info]

$43.95
TOL-SKT-41422

Flywheel Bolt Socket Tool - 12mm, 1/2-inch Drive, Triple Square Metric Bit Socket    [More Info]

$17.25

PEL-UN1201100

Heavy Duty Flywheel Lock (for use on engine), 911 (1974-89), 912E (1976)    [More Info]

$18.25
Flywheel Seals
It's also good practice to replace your flywheel seal each time that you remove your flywheel. These seals are notoriously unpredictable, and a good seal can begin leaking simply because you 'disturbed' it removing the flywheel. Installation is easy, and is documented in our Pelican Parts Technical Article on Clutch Replacement. Use our oil seal installation tools to properly install your flywheel or pulley seal when performing a clutch job or engine rebuild. The tools enable you to insert and press the seal into its mated position without placing any undue stress on the seal. The tool basically insures that the seal will be installed straight into its mating surface, and will avoid damage to the seal that can compromise its integrity, causing leaks that are expensive to repair.

999-113-057-52-M17

Flywheel Seal, 65x85x10mm, 911/911 Turbo (1974-77)
   Brand: Victor Reinz    [More Info]

$6.50

PEL-TOL-P215

Oil Seal Installation Tool for 911 (1974-77), Flywheel Side    [More Info]

$115.00
Flywheel Seal, 90x110mm, 911/911 Turbo (1978-89)

999-113-426-41-M204

Flywheel Seal, 90x110mm, 911/911 Turbo (1978-89)
   Brand: Kaco  Original Equipment Manufacturer at the time of the vehicle's assembly    [More Info]

$23.50

999-113-426-41

Flywheel Seal, 90x110mm, 911/911 Turbo (1978-89)
   Brand: Elring Klinger    [More Info]

$22.60


PEL-TOL-P234

Oil Seal Installation Tool for 911 (1978-89), Flywheel Side    [More Info]

$156.00
Pilot Bearings
This bearing acts as a guide for the drive shaft of the transmission. On the early cars, the flywheel pilot bearing needs to be carefully pressed into the flywheel. Beginning in 1980, Porsche installed a new type of pilot bearing that included a thick metal housing around the outside. This pilot bearing is mounted directly to the crankshaft. Every complete clutch job should include a replacement of this flywheel bearing. Pilot Bearing failure can lead to significant damage to the transmission input shaft.

901-102-025-01-M157

Pilot Bearing, 911 (1974-79) up to eng# 629 2280 (49 state) or 659 1575 (calif)
   Brand: Rauch & Spiegel    [More Info]

$33.00

930-102-042-00-M157

Flywheel Pilot Bearing w/housing, 911 (1980-86), 911 Turbo (1979-88) from eng# 689 0505 (49 state) or 689 1232 (calif)
   Brand: Rauch & Spiegel    [More Info]

$40.50
Flywheel Pilot Bearing, 911 (1987-89), 911 Turbo (1989)
931-102-111-00-M34

Flywheel Pilot Bearing, 911 (1987-89), 911 Turbo (1989)
   Brand: FAG    [More Info]

No Longer Available 
931-102-111-00-M92

Flywheel Pilot Bearing, 911 (1987-89), 911 Turbo (1989)
   Brand: SKF    [More Info]

No Longer Available 


930-102-025-00-M100

Flywheel Pilot Bearing, 911 Turbo (1976-79) up to eng# 689 0504 (49 state) or 689 1231 (calif)
   Brand: Genuine Porsche    [More Info]

$88.75

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