Flywheel resurfacing is a process that involves the removal of old, worn or damaged material from a flywheel and replacing it with a new one.
The flywheel is an essential component of an engine’s clutch system, responsible for storing kinetic energy and regulating the engine’s speed. Over time, the surface of the flywheel can become uneven, warped, or marred, which can result in power loss, reduced performance, or even complete failure of the clutch system.
Flywheel resurfacing aims to restore the flywheel’s functionality by machining the surface of the flywheel to remove any imperfections. This process also involves balancing the flywheel to ensure it rotates smoothly.
Professional mechanics typically perform flywheel resurfacing using specialized equipment to ensure that the flywheel operates at peak performance and efficiency.