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Yea, looks bad just wanted confusion - clarification recalled he has/had a viggen!and people have complained about the ratios in the Viggen manual transmission ! suppose it's possible to auto a viggen w/ parts swap eh? anything is possible so what is the answer ? as to why there are different flexplates? I believe it is to do w/ balancing factors and different-crankshaft lengths fitted at least it does in other car models as I have read . All about Flexplates, Converters, Transmissions and Spacers ...
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