View Full Version : Flywheel differences?

Quasi Mofo
04-26-2004, 07:02 PM
What are the flywheel differences between the SC manual and say the 1994-1998 Mustang?

I am putting a 1990 TB SC engine in my 1976 BMW 630cs. The TB parts car is an auto and I want a stick. I have a 1998 Mustang V6 T5 that should slide behind the SC mill nicely. I need to know what to use for a flywheel. I have seen the listing for the rebalanced Mustang fly in the classifieds and posted back on it but I just did so, well you know.

If this is a beat to death topic I apologise. I am new round this board and I figure I might as well come out and make an arse of myself on the first day!

04-26-2004, 07:55 PM
The SC flywheel is meant for a 11" or 11.5" clutch plate and is nutral balanced. As far as I know the NA V6 is externally balanced. Other than that I don't know.


fast Ed
04-26-2004, 09:01 PM
I am putting a 1990 TB SC engine in my 1976 BMW 630cs.

Wow ... I think that tops the SC motor installed in the small airplane. :p

The 89 - 93 SC flywheel is made for an 11" clutch, 94 - 95 SC had an 11.5" clutch, and the 3.8 Mustang had a 10.5 clutch I believe.

Ed N.