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Flywheels and Flywheel WeightsFlywheels and Flywheel Weights

Dirt Bike Flywheels and Flywheel Weights

Flywheels and flywheel weights help control a dirt bike’s power and acceleration during the riding process. If you love to ride single track and you want to be able to better manage your bike’s power distribution, a flywheel weight is just what you need.

We offer flywheels by both Steahly and Yamaha GYTR. And don’t forget to pick up a dirt bike flywheel puller while you’re here! This simple tool makes it easy to remove the flywheel.

Latest Dirt Bike Flywheels and Flywheel Weights Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • Yamaha GYTR Off-Road Flywheel

    Yamaha GYTR Off-Road Flywheel

    Jonathan in PA


    With the stock exhaust on I notice a big difference in traction but after I installed a pipe and silencer on it made it hook up just as if it was stock.

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  • Motion Pro Flywheel Puller

    Motion Pro Flywheel Puller

    David in IA

    Works the way it should.

    Works great

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  • Tusk Flywheel Puller

    Tusk Flywheel Puller

    Jonathan in PA



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  • Steahly Heavy Flywheel

    Steahly Heavy Flywheel

    katherine in OH

    great bottom end

    gave me the ability to really lug my 450r. power rolls on very smooth now

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  • Steahly Heavy Flywheel Weight

    Steahly Heavy Flywheel Weight

    Randy in CA

    Better off replacing whole flywheel

    I love Steahly products, but I am not really happy with the flywheel weight for the CRF150r. Everything I read said to be very careful that the bolts are tight and to use threadlock and then use a cold chisel to pinch the threads. After doing all of that, it still worked itself loose in about 5 hours. (The bike was making a noise that sounded like piston slap, but then I realized it was coming from the bottom end.) I pulled it out and re-tightened it, but if the problem occurs again, I will replace the whole flywheel with a complete flywheel. (I believe Trail Tech makes one.) Its simply too risky to have a flywheel weight that comes loose, and I really don't want to have to remember to pull the side case off every 5 hours to check it.

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  • Motion Pro Flywheel Puller/Primary Gear Extractor

    Motion Pro Flywheel Puller/Primary Gear Extractor

    jon in AZ

    Works as it should

    Good for flywheel and clutch on ktm 50

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