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Old 09-15-2013, 09:19 PM   #1
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Realisticly which would give more HP

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FRPP alum driveshaft
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Put in a hellion twin turbo and call it done.
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Neither will do much if anything.
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FRPP alum driveshaft
Alum drive will free up hp at 3k + I say get power suspension and then things like alum driveshaft.. Ect..
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And I thought you made a post a bit back about a good deal on an Eaton swap setup... That would take you right to the limit of the stock rods.
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With the aluminum driveshaft your only shaving off a few pounds, given its rotational mass it would amplify that, but not worth the 300+ bucks imo. And the power pipe would probably net you more hp since technically the drive shaft doesn't "add" more hp or tq, but I don't see the point unless you have a F.I. setup. I'd save the money and do the eaton swap!
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And I thought you made a post a bit back about a good deal on an Eaton swap setup... That would take you right to the limit of the stock rods.
It's still not off my uncles ride , taking a long time at the machine shop to do his engine , and then to do his TT swap

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Alum drive will free up hp at 3k + I say get power suspension and then things like alum driveshaft.. Ect..
I already have suspension work done

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With the aluminum driveshaft your only shaving off a few pounds, given its rotational mass it would amplify that, but not worth the 300+ bucks imo. And the power pipe would probably net you more hp since technically the drive shaft doesn't "add" more hp or tq, but I don't see the point unless you have a F.I. setup. I'd save the money and do the eaton swap!
Iam but it's taking some time , I only have exactly 1 month to get as much done to my car as I possibly can afford , I'm trying to narrow things down
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It's still not off my uncles ride , taking a long time at the machine shop to do his engine , and then to do his TT swap

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I already have suspension work done

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Iam but it's taking some time , I only have exactly 1 month to get as much done to my car as I possibly can afford , I'm trying to narrow things down
Dumb ? But what's the power pipe?
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Dumb ? But what's the power pipe?
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My question is: Will that monstrosity^^^ still work if you get the Eaton?

The driveshaft? That would be the ABSOLUTE very last thing that I'd buy for one of these cars.
I mean, I'd have to be sitting back one day, looking at it, thinking to myself, "WTH, I've done every conceivable thing, known to mankind, that you can do to this car... f ck it, may as well piss away another few hundred dollars on a practically useless aluminum driveshaft".

Seriously?

OUR CARS ARE NOT FAST ENOUGH TO MAKE ANY KIND OF EFFICIENT USE OF AN ALUMINUM DRIVESHAFT.
PERIOD.
Not even your car supercharged to the hilt.


A Corvette can make good use of an aluminum driveshaft because it's spinning the same RPMs as the engine.
Corvettes have transaxles.
The driveshafts on our cars don't even come close to engine speed..

Complete waste of money...

If you want to bolt on a piece of aluminum that will actually do some good...

THE FLYWHEEL!!!!!!
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