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Old 02-21-2012, 04:42 PM   #11
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Well I'm saving up for that B302 Stage II kit you guys have!

Hoping to get it next summer... Then the drive shaft is what I'll save for...

Oh, I do have to ask - since I live within driving distance of Brenspeed, I have to ask if your stuff costs less online or in person?
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Old 02-22-2012, 07:26 AM   #12
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The price is the same on the website or in person, except you will save the $14.99 shipping charge.
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Old 02-22-2012, 07:43 AM   #13
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some people have had a h*ll of a time (both lowered and stock height) getting these to flow with no vibration...I believe the pinion angle must be recalculated or something...I'm a civil engineer and this seems like a daunting task...I've yet to see anyone at the local meets/strip run one to ask them their personal opinion, though I'd love to have one...
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Old 02-22-2012, 07:54 AM   #14
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some people have had a h*ll of a time (both lowered and stock height) getting these to flow with no vibration...I believe the pinion angle must be recalculated or something...I'm a civil engineer and this seems like a daunting task...I've yet to see anyone at the local meets/strip run one to ask them their personal opinion, though I'd love to have one...
Honestly a driveshaft is really a "you get what you pay" type of item. The Dynotech's are 3.5" vs. the standard 4" that most are. The smaller the diameter the harder the driveshaft is to balance and the more prone to vibration. We havent had any issues whatsoever with vibrations issues with these Dynotech driveshafts.
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Old 02-22-2012, 10:23 AM   #15
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Damn! Driveshafts have gone up since I bought mine 5 years ago. I just googled it after reading this thread and $700 is pretty standard for an aluminum drive shaft.
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Old 02-22-2012, 11:42 AM   #16
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What kind of 1/4mi ET drop would be expected on a CAI/Tune and OR-H car with this? I can't seem to decide between this, LTs, or cams.
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Old 02-22-2012, 01:57 PM   #17
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What kind of 1/4mi ET drop would be expected on a CAI/Tune and OR-H car with this? I can't seem to decide between this, LTs, or cams.
the DS is gonna be the least expensive mod over the 3 you listed.
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the DS is gonna be the least expensive mod over the 3 you listed.
LT's will end up a little cheaper as I'm selling my current OR-H for $125. Cams will be only a couple hundred more. Will eventually do all 3, just want to do the one with the biggest gain first.
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Old 02-22-2012, 02:45 PM   #19
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Any plans for a 2011+ v6 DS in the future?

Seems Shaftmasters has passed on making them after issues with their own on dynos (heat related is what I've read), and TAE is the only company I can fine making one - a 4" one at that.

Any luck on this?
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Honestly a driveshaft is really a "you get what you pay" type of item. The Dynotech's are 3.5" vs. the standard 4" that most are. The smaller the diameter the harder the driveshaft is to balance and the more prone to vibration. We havent had any issues whatsoever with vibrations issues with these Dynotech driveshafts.
I have Dynotech's on both my 06 GT and 08 Snake...smooth as silk...
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