For performance-oriented Ford Mustang owners looking to feed their need for speed, Dynotech Engineering Services has developed a new custom replacement driveshaft that is up to 55 percent lighter than stock. Dynotech's Mustang...
For performance-oriented Ford Mustang owners looking to feed their need for speed, Dynotech Engineering Services has developed a new custom replacement driveshaft that is up to 55 percent lighter than stock.
Dynotech’s Mustang Driveshaft is a lightweight, one-piece replacement shaft for the OEM production two-piece driveshaft. Available in steel or aluminum, the driveshaft is offered for 2005-2011 model years Mustangs with fitments for the GT or GT 500 application. Dynotech can also build custom driveshafts for all pre-2005 model year Mustangs.
“Whether it’s used in a street, drag or road racing application, our newest reduced-weight driveshaft is the perfect upgrade for Mustang GT enthusiasts seeking improved overall performance,” said Steve Raymond, general manager, Dynotech Engineering Services. “By replacing the Mustang’s traditional all-steel, two-section driveshaft with our one-piece design, we deliver a significantly lower weight product that – like all of our driveshafts – is hand assembled, computer welded and high-speed balanced to the highest standards in the industry.”
The custom Dynotech Mustang Driveshaft comes in two construction designs: drawnover mandrel (DOM) steel or 6061 aluminum. The DOM steel model has a 3.5-inch diameter, 0.083-inch wall thickness and, at 13 lbs. lighter than stock, is perfect for street and some drag applications. Dynotech’s 6061 aluminum Mustang Driveshaft is available as standard with a 3.5-inch diameter and 0.125-inch wall thickness, or heavy-duty with a 4.0-inch diameter and 0.125-inch wall thickness. Ideally suited for street, drag and road racing use, the aluminum model weighs 21 lbs. less than stock.