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Contact these guys http://www.ttvracing.com/ I supplied my flywheel for them to create a light billet flywheel to work with standard clutch for Mk1 1,8. The billet steel one that came back weighed 4.1 kg's

I paid £200 for mine but that is more than a year ago. May have gone up slightly. Even so they're good value against most of the aftermarket ones out there.
 

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Contact these guys http://www.ttvracing.com/ I supplied my flywheel for them to create a light billet flywheel to work with standard clutch for Mk1 1,8. The billet steel one that came back weighed 4.1 kg's

I paid £200 for mine but that is more than a year ago. May have gone up slightly. Even so they're good value against most of the aftermarket ones out there.
I'm hoping to get one considerably cheaper that 200 quid mate but thanks for the advice
 

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Take your standard flywheel off and bring it to a local machine shop. Get them to remove the inertia ring around the outside of the flywheel. I did this and put the 1.8 flywheel into my turbo 1.6. It was noticeably lighter than the standard 1.6 flywheel and only cost £40. A cheap way to get a lightweight flywheel:)
 
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