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Can't remember the guy's name, but a few years ago he turned my LTZ470 Flywheel down and took off 10oz...its still on my Zuk today...worth a try...he charges $55 shipped back to your door...can't beat the price....would have to see what he can actually do with the 525 rotor...found their link
http://www.procycle.us/main/flywheel_lightening.htm

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i have a few machinist here in town that could easily get the job done. i would like to find a lighter and heavier flywheel for testing...
Don't forget the trigger picks up the pulse on the out side of the fly wheel.
 

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i have a few machinist here in town that could easily get the job done. i would like to find a lighter and heavier flywheel for testing...
Let me know who you use Bronson so I can follow suit...I had a shop machine a piece of aluminum for me awhile back about 45 min work and they charged me $140!!! So I got cold feet using machine shops around home....
 
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