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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-20-2012 Thread Starter
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Dynotech Driveshaft-Why they are the best.

DYNOTECH Driveshafts-
Are you running a CAI and Tune, and not sure what the next mod should be on your 2005-2012 mustang? Have all the bolt-on parts and want to get more out of your parts? Have a power adder, headers, but on the stock block? Here is a short description on why a Dynotech aluminum driveshaft is a great next mod for your3vGT, GT500, 5.0 and the best on the market.
The Aluminum one piece driveshaft is a great way to improve driveshaft strength and reduce rotating weight. This driveshaft is rated to 900 HP and currently being used on 1000rwhp Mustangs. By elimination rotating mass you are going to improve horsepower, torque, and reduce drag racing elapsed times. Dynotech has 80 years of balancing experience and currently builds driveshafts for IHRA, NHRA, NASCAR and Nationwide racing series vehicles. You will find less expensive driveshafts available, but no other company comes close to utilizing the experience Dynotech displays in manufacturing its driveshaft. This driveshaft is a direct bolt in design unlike some of the less expensive shafts. Simply un-bolt your factory driveshaft and bolt in this driveshaft!

The five most critical elements of your driveshaft.

1. How tightly do they hold universal joint clearances?
Dynotech holds u-joint clearance to less than 0.002".

2. How tightly do they hold shaft runout?
Dynotech holds shaft runout to less than 0.010".

3. How tightly do they hold their balance specifications?
Dynotech balances all driveshafts to less than 0.20 oz-in

4. When you provide your builder with a shaft length, how closely will they match it?
Dynotech builds all shafts to within 1/16" (.0625"), guaranteed to fit!

5. What speeds do they balance their shafts at?
Dynotech has the capability to balance most shafts at up to 8,000 RPM


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Cost

How much are they ?

And are they better than PST ?
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They sell for $730.00. They are one of the best on the market and I am not familiar with the PST line. They are used in the Cobra Jets and also in Nascar.

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Since i put the ford 9" on my dynotech wouldnt reach so i have a used one with about 500 miles on it for sale for 400$

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