Fine, let's close that gap. Is Ford liable for your head on crash injuries if you decide to play chicken at 40mph with your friend, who owns an F350?
You don't see a safety concern of being part of the .025% of the population who drives at 125mph?
I've touched 100 a couple of times, but I have no intention of driving at speeds that compromise the integrity of the driveshaft. Tell me why I should pay for your thrills and choice to take such risks.
You can spend on your car and upgrade your drivetrain if you wish, but don't expect me and every other V6 buyer absorb the costs for you.
There is nothing wrong with the driveshaft if used under intended loads.
Please tell me you're just a troll, and not as stupid as these ridiculous posts make you appear
Why do you think the 1993-1998 Supra Twin Turbo was such a great car?Because it was over engineered,no drive train problems it really was on the Lexus technology,it was their flagship vehicle.