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Old 09-28-2015, 10:17 AM   #1
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Default Centerforce Clutch, will a exedy flywheel work?

I have a Centerforce DF800075 clutch and need a flywheel. I found an exedy EF503 flywheel but I'm not sure if they are compatible.

2003 Mustang Gt, comp cams stage 2, CAI, full exhaust, Redman full length headers, 4.10 gears, B&M short shifter

Any info would be helpful
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Not familiar with the part numbers, but as long as that flywheel is the correct bolt pattern (6 bolt, 11" diameter) then it will be fine.
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