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    NOS 64-65 flywheel

    I am selling an NOS 911 flywheel for 64-65 with 6V ring gear, forged not cast, getting hard to find. $625 shipped US. SOLD
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    I'll buy that Rick.

    PM sent.

    Thanks.

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    Sweet deal!!!
    1966 911 Coupe - Slate Grey - 304598

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    Seller is stellar; always does what he says. Thank you Rick.

    Still looking for a starter if anyone stumbles across one.

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    How do you determine which is 6V flywheel and which is 12V? Number of teeth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue72s View Post
    How do you determine which is 6V flywheel and which is 12V? Number of teeth?
    The early flywheels had 109 ring gear teeth, like a 6V Volkswagen or a 356.

    Jon B.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon B View Post
    The early flywheels had 109 ring gear teeth, like a 6V Volkswagen or a 356.

    Jon B.
    Vista, CA
    Thanks. How many teeth did the 12V flywheel (2.0 litre) have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue72s View Post
    Thanks. How many teeth did the 12V flywheel (2.0 litre) have?
    These are basically specs for old VW flywheels, being used to describe Porsche flywheels...

    6V = 109 teeth
    12V = 130 teeth

    But there were 12V Porsches with 109 tooth flywheels and corresponding starter pinions.

    Jon B.
    Vista, CA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon B View Post
    But there were 12V Porsches with 109 tooth flywheels and corresponding starter pinions.
    Do you have more information about that? Like which Porsche model? What year? etc

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    I should have said 109 tooth instead of 6V, no 6 volt 911s. Used on 911 until motor nr. P 901638.

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