Dynotech 3-1/2" One-Piece Aluminum Driveshaft for all 2015, 2016 and 2017 GT Mustangs with a Manual Transmission.
Upgrade the fragile OE two-piece driveshaft found on your 2015-2017 Manual Transmission GT Mustang with this high performance one-piece driveshaft from Dynotech. Improve acceleration, reduce unsprung weight and minimize driveline vibrations with Dynotech's high quality 1-pc driveshaft.
This Dynotech driveshaft is engineered with 6061 T-6 aluminum and has a 0.125'' wall thickness with a 3-1/2" diameter. All the universal joints have clearances less than 0.002'' and driveshafts feature less than 0.010'' runout. Dynotech balances every single driveshaft to less than 0.20 ounces. By balancing their driveshafts at up to 8,000 RPM, Dynotech can guarantees smooth operation throughout the entire RPM range. With their newly designed billet pinion flange, you’ll replace what can be the weakest part of the driveshaft. The Dynotech driveshaft also features over 4,000 ft-lbs static torque capability and has a horsepower rating of over 900hp.
Features and Benefits:
- Weighs Approximately 12lbs. Less Than OE
- Improves Overall Acceleration
- Reduces Unsprung Weight and Parasitic Losses
- Minimizes Driveline Vibrations
- Rated for Over 900hp and 4,000 ft-lbs. of Static Torque
- Made In The USA
*Fits 2015-2017 Manual Transmission GT Mustangs ONLY.
*Will NOT work with Automatic Transmissions or any V6 or EcoBoost Mustangs.
Dynotech has over 80 years of experience building driveshafts. The driveshafts are computer welded and high-speed balanced to peak industry standards. All driveshafts are guaranteed to be vibration free and last the life of your vehicle. Dynotech supplies race teams in the NASCAR Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series, Craftsman Truck Series, NHRA, IHRA, SCCA, NSCA, NMRA, APBA, and OSS with driveshafts for their high performance race cars.
Order the Dynotech 3-1/2" One-Piece Aluminum Driveshaft for your Manual Transmission 2015-2017 Mustang GT from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
Will the Dynotech 3 1/2 shaft fit with Kooks long tube headers and a Borla 3" cat back exhaust?
do you make anything to improve the driveshaft for a g.t. automatic . as I'm having a vibration problem
Bought this drive shaft a while ago and finally got around to installing it today. I got the back in no problem but when i went to the front there is a big gap and the supplied bolts are to short to start them in.
Just purchased this driveshaft. Install was going great. Hardware supplied for rear connection perfect. Went to bolt front to trans and factory bolts too long...will not work. No additional hardware with shaft? In video shows 8.8 grade bolt, factory 10.9?
Will installing this drive shaft void the warranty on the transmission?
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Today we're going to be installing it on our blue, 2015 supercharged GT. Tools needed for this installation are going to be: a lift or a jack and jack stands, three eights drive ratchet, ten millimeter socket, fifteen millimeter socket, eighteen millimeter socket, swivel, extension, eighteen millimeter wrench, eight millimeter Allen key, hammer and thread locker.
Now you don't have to remove the exhaust, but we're going to show you, a little better, how we're going to do this installation. If you unbolt everything you can sneak it and snake it back out through here very easily. Now we got the car up in the air; we got the exhaust removed. It's nice to have an extra hand help you. Somebody up in the car to put it in and out of gear, put the brake on and off, because you've got to loosen the bolts in the drive shaft and you've got to turn it occasionally. It's a lot easier than climbing in and out of the car yourself.
First thing we're going to do is start removing the bolts from the back of the CV joint and the rear of your stock drive shaft. Once you have all the bolts removed from the back, you can move to the front. Next, we're going to remove three bolts up here. You're going to remove the three going through this rubber doughnut, also called a Guibo. It's that one, that one, and that one. Once you have these three bolts removed, next, we're going to move back to the carrier bearing support, there's two bolts going up through the floor. We're going to remove those. Just be careful when you get these loose, it's the last part. You don't want this thing to fall down and hit you in the head. Now drop this, be careful with it. Move this around a little bit. Pull it forward, get the back out. Once you've got the back out, slide it down and slide it out.
Here we have a side-by-side comparison of the two drive shafts, and you can obviously see why the new drive shaft is going to be so much better for performance. Look at the movement you have in this factory unit here, and you've also got this rubber coupler up there that's going to be compliant also. Now you're solid, obviously solid here, and you're more solid at the back in this joint with the rubber that's in there. So, it's going to be a lot better for performance. You're going to put more of your power to the ground.
Dynotech supplies you with new hardware for the back to attach the drive shaft. First we're going to install these two shorter bolts in directly opposite each other. On these provided bolts from Dynotech, you're going to want to put a little thread locker on each one, torque them down to twenty-five foot pounds.
The reason you have to install these two first, is because they're actually locating pins for the rear flange of the new drive shaft. Those two screws you just put in go in these holes right here, and they're locating pins. Then you'll use the other supplied bolts to stick in these other four holes to attach the rear of the drive shaft. This hole here, in the center of the flange yoke, there's a pin sticking out of the rear of your transmission, this will help index the drive shaft when you're first starting to install it.
Now you get it up in place, kind of rotate it until you get them two alignment screws you put in, and it'll slide up in nicely. Next, you need your other four bolts that were provided and start bolting it in. Take your supplied hardware, just insert it in the holes. You just want to put these in just enough that they start to bottom out. Don't crank them down too tight. You just want to snug them up until you get the other side in. You work around a criss-cross pattern, make sure it tightens down nice and square. Now, once you have everything snugged up in the back nice and tight, you move onto the front.
Once you have the rear installed you're going to move on to the front and use your supplied hardware on the front. You're going to get everything, put it in loosely, get it hand tight. Once everything's hand tight, kind of work your way the whole way around the drive shaft just to make sure everything tightens down squarely. Once everything is touching and the flanges come together, then you just want to torque everything down to spec. Once everything's tightened down and torqued to specs, your installations finished.
After installing your Dynotech three and a half inch aluminum drive shaft in your twenty fifteen Mustang, you'll more efficiently be able to transfer power from the front of your car to the rear of your car. In the case like our supercharged twenty fifteen Mustang, it's almost a necessity for durability purposes. Installation will take you around two hours; you'll be back on the road in no time. For this, and other performance parts look to CJPonyParts.com