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Old 17th November 2005, 01:00   #1
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Looking for input on lightweight flywheel and short shifter

I need to put a new clutch on my 1988 M5. I am thinking about changing the flywheel to a lightweight one, replacing the rear engine seal and also possibly installing a short-shifter, like one from UUC.

Does anyone have any experience or comments on any of these modifications, or the change in performance. Thanks in advance. Kevin
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