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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Mar 30th, 08, 09:32 PM Thread Starter
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Correct Centerforce flywheel?

The Centerforce flywheel part #700170 is stated as being the one to use with a ZZ4 or ZZ383 GMPP crate motor. I got one for my ZZ383. I am surprised that this flywheel has no balance weight on it. I see holes drilled in it in one area around the perimeter. I was expecting to see an added weight.

Did I received the wrong part?. I see no markings or stickers indicating the part number 700170.

There is a Centerforce logo sticker and a small white stick with the number F097527. There are numbers engraved just below the white sticker "097527 07-08

Can anyone using this flywheel shed some light on this for me?

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Re: Correct Centerforce flywheel?

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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old Mar 31st, 08, 03:53 PM
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Re: Correct Centerforce flywheel?

Fred, I show that is the correct flywheel. When they drill 23.4 ounces out of the perimeter in the right place, it's like adding the weight to the opposite area.

I always use the 15lb GMPP flywheel, so I've never used the Centerforce. I see it's twice as heavy. I can get away with a lighter flywheel due to a 3.26 first gear in the Richmond trans I have always used with it.

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Re: Correct Centerforce flywheel?

Fred I am doing the same thing and got a ZZ4 short block afr heads ,TKO600 from Classic Motorsports I will check the number and manf. of the flywheel and post tomorrow

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Re: Correct Centerforce flywheel?

I called Centerforce yesterday and got the straight scoop. It is the correct one.


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Re: Correct Centerforce flywheel?

OOP's sorry Fred ,as I get older I forget and have to write things down ,sound's like you got the scoop ...Happy motoring

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