Dynotech 3-1/2" One-Piece Aluminum Driveshaft for all 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 V6 Mustangs.
Replace the weak factory two-piece driveshaft on your 2011-2014 3.7L V6 Mustang with a high performance one-piece driveshaft from Dynotech. Benefit from improved acceleration, reduced unsprung weight and reduced driveline vibrations with Dynotech's high quality 3-1/2” aluminum driveshaft.
Your factory 2-piece driveshaft weighs approximately 32 lbs, but Dynotech's lightweight aluminum driveshaft weighs approximately 18 lbs which greatly reduces rotating mass. This Dynotech driveshaft is constructed from 6061 T-6 aluminum with a 0.125'' wall thickness. The universal joints have clearances less than 0.002'' and the driveshaft has less than 0.010'' run-out. Dynotech balances all their driveshafts to less than 0.20 ounces. By balancing driveshafts up to 8,000 RPM, Dynotech guarantees smooth operation throughout the entire RPM range.
Features and Benefits:
- Greatly Reduces Unsprung Weight
- Sheds Approximately 14lbs. of Rotational Mass
- Balanced Within 0.20 Ounces to 8,000 RPM’s
- Rated for 8,700 RPM’s
- Improves Throttle Response and Acceleration
- Safely Supports up to 900hp
*Fits ALL 2011-2014 V6 Mustangs with both an Automatic or Manual Transmission.
Dynotech has over 80 years of experience building driveshafts. Their driveshafts are computer welded and high-speed balanced to peak industry standards. All of their 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 2011, 2012, 2013 or 2014 Mustang V6 from CJ pony Parts today!
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can you make a custom length for a 2015 coyote motor with automatic trans mustang 8.8 rear axle going into a 50 ford f1
what are the torque specifications to tighten the screws on the front and rear?
Is this driveshaft suppose to come with or need an additional rear flange?
With 3:73 gears on a 3.7 v6, and limiter removed, which drive shaft would be recommended? 3-1/2'' or the 4'' drive shaft?
what's the difference between this 3.5" and the 4" driveshaft regarding application? Why should we choose one over the other?
what is the max hp rating on this?
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The failure of the factory two-piece drive shaft is a common problem in the V6 Mustang. If you're looking to go faster, making any kind of power, a one-piece drive shaft like this one from Dynatech is an excellent upgrade. This is made of 6061 T6 aluminum, it's a three and a half inch diameter. It weighs only 18 pounds versus the 32 pounds for the factory drive shaft, and will work with either your manual or automatic transmission. These are balanced at 8,000 RPM and will hold up to 900 horsepower.
Dynatech has been producing high quality drive shafts for over 80 years and is a preferred supplier to NASCAR, the NHRA and many other racing sanctioning bodies.