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Old 09-20-2019, 07:13 AM
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Single mass flywheel conersion for DCT

Hey guys, I'm working on something a little crazy and was hoping I might be able to get some guidance.

I have a 1970's Rolls Royce race car with a Viper V10 and I have been wanting to convert it to a dual clutch transmission.

I am currently researching building the components to adapt the engine to the transmission and from what I understand a dual mass flywheel is used to dampen some vibration and make the driving experience more pleasant.

For an all out race car that doesn't matter, just as long as the vibrations aren't so severe they start breaking things.

Fabricating the conversion would be much easier with building a complete flywheel from scratch that is single mass instead of dual mass.

So I guess my question is:

1. Is it possible to use a single mass flywheel in place of the dual mass flywheel in a DCT car?

thanks!
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