ACT | XACT Flywheel Prolite - Miata 1990-2005

600255

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600255 is a Prolite flywheel, which is ACT's lighter flywheel offering with lowest inertia for your Mazda Miata .

CAD $539.18

CAD $582.90

-7.5%

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ACT | XACT Flywheel Prolite

 

600255 is a Prolite flywheel, which is ACT's lighter flywheel offering with lowest inertia. Prolite flywheels are designed for best throttle response and acceleration. Prolite flywheels are preferred for road racing or rally racing, and have reduced drivability. Materials are properly distributed for maximum strength, good heat tolerance and rigidity. ACT flywheels are serviceable and can be resurfaced with no need to purchase additional parts.

Feel: Noticeably improved engine response and acceleration, OE to mild gear rattle

Life: Heat-treated forging for strength and toughness, induction-hardened ring gears for maximum life

Quality: One piece construction allows less opportunity for failure and provides uniform efficient heat transfer from the clutch disc. No more warped inserts or loose ring gears

Recommended Use: Recommended for street and race use

ACT Difference: Forged, CNC machined and dynamically computer balanced for smooth high RPM reliability

Data sheet

Flywheel TypeProlite
Flywheel Tooth Quantity112
Flywheel Weight (lb) :9.4
Flywheel MaterialChromoly Steel

1990 - 1993  Mazda  Miata  Base  1.6L  NOTE:  225mm upgrade - Must be used with 1994 or newer 1.8L clutch kit.

1991 - 1991  Mazda  Miata  SE  1.6L  NOTE:  225mm upgrade - Must be used with 1994 or newer 1.8L clutch kit.

1993 - 1993  Mazda  Miata  LE  1.6L  NOTE:  225mm upgrade - Must be used with 1994 or newer 1.8L clutch kit.

1994 - 1997  Mazda  Miata  Base / M Edition  1.8L

1997 - 1997  Mazda  Miata  STO  1.8L

1999 - 1999  Mazda  Miata  10th Anniversary  1.8L

1999 - 2005  Mazda  Miata  Base  1.8L

2000 - 2005  Mazda  Miata  LS  1.8L

2000 - 2003  Mazda  Miata  SE  1.8L

2003 - 2003  Mazda  Miata  Shinsen  1.8L

2004 - 2005  Mazda  Miata  Mazdaspeed  1.8L  Turbocharged