Dynotech 4" One-Piece Aluminum Driveshaft for all 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 GT500 Mustangs.Replace the weak factory two-piece driveshaft on your 2007-2012 Shelby GT500 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 aluminum driveshaft. The Ford driveshaft weighs approximately 32 lbs but Dynotech's lightweight aluminum driveshaft weighs approximately 18 lbs which greatly reduces rotating mass. The RPM rating, or critical speed rating, of these driveshafts is approximately 8,700 RPM. This driveshaft has a horsepower rating of 900 to 1,000.
This Dynotech driveshaft is constructed from 6061 T-6 aluminum with a 0.125'' wall thickness and has a 4" diameter. Universal joints have clearances less than 0.002'' and driveshafts have less than 0.010'' runout. Dynotech balances all driveshafts to less than 0.20 ounces. By balancing driveshafts up to 8,000 RPM, Dynotech guarantees smooth operation throughout the entire RPM range. Dynotech uses an improved billet pinion flange which replaces the weakest part of the driveshaft. The billet pinion flange reduces weight by one pound, improves driveline runout and helps achieve better balance. Features over 4,000 ft-lbs static torque capability.
Dynotech has over 80 years of experience building driveshafts. The driveshafts are computer welded and high-speed balanced to peak industry standards. All drivshafts 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.
*Fits Mustangs with an automatic or manual transmission.
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Okay, what is the real benefits with the alum. one piece drive. Currently the stock to piece "clunks and sounds like the slack at times'. Plus I get the weigh thing. Is the one piece smoother and less clunky? Is it worth the expense and trouble?
It really depends on how you plan to use and modify your Mustang. If you're planning to race it, or add significant power, a new driveshaft is far more likely to be able to handle the performance. If you're planning to use your Mustang as a daily driver and only do a few basic performance mods then, no, the driveshaft probably isn't a necessary upgrade.
Date published: 2015-01-13
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