Mustang Flywheels And Flexplates At CJ Pony Parts

2007 Mustang Flywheels & Flexplates

Mustang Flywheels And Flexplates At CJ Pony Parts

Before it can be used to propel your Mustang forward, all the horsepower produced by your car’s Ford powerplant travels through your 2007 Mustang’s flywheel (or its torque converter, in the case of an automatic transmission). Your car’s flywheel isn’t a part that you should expect to be replacing during the car’s lifetime, but there are some excellent performance gains to be had by replacing the stock 2007 Mustang flywheel with a lighter unit. The weight of the flywheel in your car influences the engine’s ability to gain and shed RPMs, and by replacing the stock unit with a lightened flywheel, you’ll allow your car’s engine to rev more freely.

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2007 Flywheels & Flexplates

At CJ Pony Parts, we stock 2007 Mustang flywheels for both six-cylinder and eight-cylinder cars. The installation process for these parts can be quite complicated, since the flywheel sits between your car’s clutch and transmission. Typically, the car’s bell housing must be opened, so we recommend you seek the help of a trained mechanic if you don’t have the experience or proper tools to perform this job.

Lightened 2007 Mustang Flywheels

How will installing a lightened 2007 Mustang flywheel improve your driving experience? Imagine it like lifting a lighter weight at the gym - less weight means it’s easier to perform the lift more quickly. This translates into faster lap times at the track, because you can explode out of a corner and more quickly be back on the power band. If there’s a downside, it’s that the installation of a lighter flywheel will cause your car to lose revs just as quickly as it gains them. The lighter wheel has less inertia than the stock unit. This requires a little added finesse, but most seasoned drivers don’t find that it detracts from the driving experience - the added performance is more than worth it.

If you’re considering installing a new 2007 Mustang flywheel, you’ll want to take a good look at your car’s clutch. These two components work closely together, so it’s important that you consider how the upgrade will affect the performance of the other components. If it’s time for a clutch replacement, you’ll want to take a look at our extensive selection of Mustang clutch kits. If you plan to use the flywheel with a stock clutch, you’ll likely be okay as long as your engine isn’t making more torque than the stock unit is built to handle. Of course, upgrading your 2007 Mustang’s flywheel and clutch at the same time will deliver a noticeable performance boost and a more positive transmission feel altogether.