Ford Zetec SE / Sigma Lightweight Steel Flywheel
Ford Ford Zetec SE (Sigma)* lightweight steel flywheel to suit standard diameter Zetec SE clutch cover. Designed to replace the OE flywheel. Machined from billet steel, our flywheels feature an integral ring gear. Much lighter than the original flywheel.
By reducing the weight of the flywheel over the standard Zetec SE item to as little as a half, the resulting reduced inertia gives better acceleration, especially in the lower gears. In addition, the reduced weight at the flywheel edges allows quicker gear changes, and increased engine braking. Comes with integral starter ring (ring gear is machined into the flywheel).
For use with the standard Zetec / Sigma cover.
Suitable for use with our Zetec SE to Ford Gearbox Bellhousing.
Download a Fitting Guidance Notes document.
Specification and Application
|Component||Lightweight Billet Steel Flywheel|
|Type||Dynamically balanced with integral ring gear to suit standard or uprated Ford 8 1/2″ 23 spline clutch and Zetec SE cover|
|Benefits||Reduces the weight of the standard Zetec SE cast iron flywheel|
|Engines||Ford Zetec SE (Sigma) * 1.4, 1.6 & 1.7 Litre|
|Clutches||Recommended 8 1/2″ Clutch Cover and Friction Disc for fast road up to 150bhp (using original Sigma SE clutch cover)|
AP Racing Heavy Duty Clutch Plate CP5352-5 for power greater than 150bhp or competition use.
Rally/Race – MkI/II Escort, Sierra, Lotus Cortina
* Zetec SE only. Please note that this bellhousing does not fit the older Zetec E engine (Also badged as a Duratec). Please ensure that you do not have this earlier engine as our bellhousing will not fit. Note the position of the starter motor on the bellhousing shown here and compare to your engine. We will unfortunately have to charge for return postage if you do not identify your engine correctly. Please read this Wikipedia article if you require more information.
The flywheel has a very high quality and precision. It works very well. The delivery was very fast and without any problems.
It fits like the former flywheel on my engine.
I can feel the difference on both first gears.