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|I'm hoping to compare the inherent noise associated with cruising on a single piece flywheel.|
|RPS Billet Twin Carbon. I opted for the steel flywheel. No idea the weight.|
The flywheel sounds fine, I bet it's the clutch. Twin plate clutches make an absurd amount of noise, so IMO this is probably your problem. I watched the video but it's hard to pick up on the noise.
Typically single or dual mass flywheel doesn't matter once you're driving. It's when you're sitting there in neutral that you tend to hear the gears clacking together.
Once you're driving along, I'm not sure how the clutch could add additional noise. Noisy when engaging and disengaging, sure once it's fully engaged, what would be loose enough to make noise?
Do you just have standard tranny and engine mounts and rubber diff mounts? Solid or stiff mounts can deliver all sorts of noises into the chassis.
|Kinda sounds like bearing noise. Only happens while accelerating though.|
|I've seen cases in the past where worn out rear axles can cause noise and pulling in one direction or the other too.|
|So are we saying this is an issue? I thought it was just the sound of the trans and wanted to compare with other owners|
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