Re: Oliver gurus in reply to kyle il, 10-18-2013 05:19:40
I would not exceed 3,000 rpm's with a stock flywheel. The stock flywheel is a ticking time bomb once you exceed that rpm. If you have a good machine shop in your area, they should be able to easily make a steel one for you. Just use the old one as a template, although if you are going to build your engine up, then you might want to install a double disc clutch. I've done all of this so if you need any info, I can help.
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