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worth getting? are they stronger than a stock driveshaft? which one would i get for my stang with a c4 trans? thanks guys
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1988 lx- 62k, flowmasters, 3.73s, explorer upper and lower intake, 70mm turbo kit, built redneck c4, twisted wedge 190 heads, 1.6 rocker arms, all stock and original block, e85 conversion, tuned by jim riskovski at turbo connection. 506whp, 562tq
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They are worth getting, lighter than the steel driveshaft the factory installs.
Anyplace you can go lighter in the drivetrain is worth some E.T.
I use one on my 10 second 84 Mustang on a full spool and slicks so I think they are strong enough..
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