I am finally getting the bits together enough to join the engine and transaxle, and load it into the back of 8MA600. Now I must choose the flywheel to be forever entombed under the hatches.
I have two flywheels, each balanced to the engine. 1, a 13 pound alumium / steel Centerforce, and 2, a stock 21 pound Steel. Engine is a 347 with TW heads and Webers. I am thinking that the aluminum flywheel would be fun for about a day. With the Webers, the revving needed, the tall tall tires, and the car will honestly spend a lot of time at "Cars n Coffee" parking lots rather than in the hills of Modena, I think the steel flywheel would really be the best choice.
I can add pictures, but they look like flywheels.
Thanks for the advice.