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Searched up and down this forum and couldn't find any information, so making a post just in case.

If any of you find yourself in my position where the transmission is coming out (for throwout bearing like me, or for other clutch/trans related issues), and you want to replace whatever you can while you're in there, I may have some good news.

I spoke with Evan @ Exedy, who was kind enough to do some research for me, and he found that the TYF001 OE spec flywheel is a direct replacement for the dual mass monstrosity that came from the factory. Additionally the FF502 lightweight flywheel will also work, if that's more to your liking.

Current prices (5/16/2019)
OE Subaru: $371.39
Exedy OE Single Mass: $135.79 @ RSD
Exedy Lightweight: $332.32 @ Subimods

Good to see that options do, in fact, exist.

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Wow, that's good news on proper flywheel replacement, but the stocker is an abortion, wth? A flexing flywheel for manual transmissions??? High probability for the slipping and failing chattery Subaru clutches if you take a quick read around the net. Dangit. lol
 

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Yes I have installed the Ty001 p and the only negative I can say is my car sounds like a diesel now but I used to drive 18 wheeler so it doesn't really bother me at all other than that I like the way it engages and disengages and how it picks up speed and slows down.
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