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Old 09-13-2012, 07:26 PM   #36
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Re: Aluminum Driveshafts

Does anyone know how much the AM discount is im looking to get their driveshaft, its the last thing on my list I don't have anything else i can do. I heard shaftmaster is not making driveshafts for our car anymore.
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Does anyone know how much the AM discount is im looking to get their driveshaft, its the last thing on my list I don't have anything else i can do. I heard shaftmaster is not making driveshafts for our car anymore.
6% if im not mistaken
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6% if im not mistaken
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Re: Aluminum Driveshafts

Does anyone have the Axleexchange one or the Driveshaftshop on
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I have the one from American Muscle. Put it on about two months ago along with the Bama performance tune. It's much more responsive acceleration wise and a heck of a lot smoother. Definitely grab a friend to help you install the new one tho. Another pair of hands is very helpful sliding it in and bolting it on
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Is it easy to install or is it worth to have a shop install it
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I think the new v6's trap between 100 and 105mph stock, right? Just thinking that only another 25mph could mean kablammo, would make me want to swap it out. That's even if I never planned to go up in that mph range. That might be one mod that definitely increases value.

Ford must have really gotten a deal on parts and materials to make a two piece driveshaft. Seems like with the u joint fittings needed and bearings, that it would cost more to use the two piece. You know how companies are always trying to reduce costs.
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I think the new v6's trap between 100 and 105mph stock, right? Just thinking that only another 25mph could mean kablammo, would make me want to swap it out. That's even if I never planned to go up in that mph range. That might be one mod that definitely increases value.

Ford must have really gotten a deal on parts and materials to make a two piece driveshaft. Seems like with the u joint fittings needed and bearings, that it would cost more to use the two piece. You know how companies are always trying to reduce costs.
I think it's more about comfort in 'Muscle Car'

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No it's pretty easy. Four bolts on the front, four bolts on the back and slide it out. To put the new one, I had to unbolt one bracket on the exhaust to slide it in but that was simple. The reason for that was because the new one piece doesn't flex and bend like the old one which if you ask me is a good thing. Only reason I say it is good to have two sets of hands is nor them to hold it in place while you slip the bolts in but it's very simple. Took us less than an hour
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The swap is easy the only thing is you need a flange pulled to pull the flange from the differential and put the one for the aluminum drive shaft on and look in the directions for the torque spec for that flange otherwise u over tighten u will screw up the pinion gear.
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Re: Aluminum Driveshafts

its like 117 or so with the governor
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Re: Aluminum Driveshafts

Hi David,
Did you have to pull the flange to install the AM shaft?
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the only thing is you need a flange pulled to pull the flange from the differential and put the one for the aluminum drive shaft on and look in the directions for the torque spec for that flange otherwise u over tighten u will screw up the pinion gear.
When I read the instructions on American Muscle it said nothing about changing or removing a Flange.

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Did you have to pull the flange to install the AM shaft?
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When I read the instructions on American Muscle it said nothing about changing or removing a Flange.

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Yeah I got the one for the mustang gt from American muscle and it required the rear flange to be changed out. Now I don't know what the v6 requires or if it is the same.
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Did you have to pull the flange to install the AM shaft?
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When I read the instructions on American Muscle it said nothing about changing or removing a Flange.

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No I didn't have to change anything else or mess with the flange. It Just bolted right up on mine but I have the v6
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No I didn't have to change anything else or mess with the flange. It Just bolted right up on mine but I have the v6
David I didn't notice, but do you have the driveshaft from Axle-Exchange? If so what are the improvement that you have noticed?
Is it worth the money?

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David I didn't notice, but do you have the driveshaft from Axle-Exchange? If so what are the improvement that you have noticed?
Is it worth the money?

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I'm not sure of the maker of the driveshaft. It is the one that is offered by American Muscle on their website.

Improvement-wise , I noticed that annoying vibration in the drivetrain when letting off of the gas is barely there. Acceleration is much smoother. While it may not add horsepower, it does feel a little quicker to respond when you hit the gas and it definitely revs up faster. I wish I would've had the money earlier to do it as soon as I bought the car
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I think the aluminum one is 19 pounds

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I'm not sure of the maker of the driveshaft. It is the one that is offered by American Muscle on their website.

Improvement-wise , I noticed that annoying vibration in the drivetrain when letting off of the gas is barely there. Acceleration is much smoother. While it may not add horsepower, it does feel a little quicker to respond when you hit the gas and it definitely revs up faster. I wish I would've had the money earlier to do it as soon as I bought the car
Thanks David I appreciate your response. Just installed the same driveshaft yesterday! I do notice the vibration is almost gone, the smoothness of the drivetrain, but I haven't noticed the quicker acceleration. I need more drive time I'll keep ya posted!
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Does anyone know the weight of the factory drive shaft?
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Does anyone know the weight of the factory drive shaft?
Bout 40 lbs
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To be exact it weighs 43 pounds

Somebody on one of these forums has a photo of the stock V6 drive shaft off of a 2012 and it is on his scale weighing in at a nice hefty 43 pounds exact.

When I can get enough $$$ together I'm going to get one just because of the weight difference. Spinning 19 pounds is a lot better then spinning 43 pounds any way you look at it.

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Somebody on one of these forums has a photo of the stock V6 drive shaft off of a 2012 and it is on his scale weighing in at a nice hefty 43 pounds exact.

When I can get enough $$$ together I'm going to get one just because of the weight difference. Spinning 19 pounds is a lot better then spinning 43 pounds any way you look at it.

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+1. I just wish it was cheaper, 700 is a lot for it, in my opinion.
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+1. I just wish it was cheaper, 700 is a lot for it, in my opinion.

I know i still haven't got it overpriced for sure they know ours are weak so i guarantee you they jack up the prices
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I don't think it cost to much

It is a large chunk of aluminum to start with. It has to be machined down and then both ends need yokes. Everything needs to be balanced to perfection. Then it needs to be packaged for shipping to the dealer. The manufacturer needs to make a living, Then they send it to a dealer, The dealer needs to make a living. The dealer sells it to you for $689.99 and "AM" will give you a 6% discount and send it to you all packaged up for no charge shipping.

The cost to you will be $648 59 from American Muscle. When you consider how many V6 Mustang owners are going to replace the drive shaft it is not a bad deal at all.

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Does anyone know the weight of the factory drive shaft?
As I said earlier I had just installed a new driveshaft from AM. I have a 2013 V6 manual and the weight of a stock driveshaft is about 28lbs! Not sure if Ford did any changes to the 2013 driveshaft after hearing all the complaints!
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Was your stock shaft ONE PIECE???

The 2011 & 2012's have a two piece drive shaft that is 43 pounds. If yours off of your 2013 V6 is a one piece and only weighs in at 28 pounds it probably means that Ford changed them.

Did your original drive shaft look like this one"



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That'd be something if Ford upgraded the DS on the 13. Someone with a 13 needs to take a pic
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Can the stock 13 v6 driveshaft handle high speeds of over 125 plus without exploding through the floor like in the 11 models?
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It is a large chunk of aluminum to start with. It has to be machined down and then both ends need yokes. Everything needs to be balanced to perfection. Then it needs to be packaged for shipping to the dealer. The manufacturer needs to make a living, Then they send it to a dealer, The dealer needs to make a living. The dealer sells it to you for $689.99 and "AM" will give you a 6% discount and send it to you all packaged up for no charge shipping.

The cost to you will be $648 59 from American Muscle. When you consider how many V6 Mustang owners are going to replace the drive shaft it is not a bad deal at all.

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I get all of this, lol. I am just saying 700 is a LOT for what it is. A replaced drive shaft. For me it would be my most expensive single mod yet.
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The 2011 & 2012's have a two piece drive shaft that is 43 pounds. If yours off of your 2013 V6 is a one piece and only weighs in at 28 pounds it probably means that Ford changed them.

Did your original drive shaft look like this one"

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Ford did changes the driveshaft as mine was only 28lbs with a joint at the center without the carrier bearing! I will say that I still notice less vibration and just a smoothness about the AM shaft! Thanks for the pics as it made it easier to distinquish the difference.
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Ford did changes the driveshaft as mine was only 28lbs with a joint at the center without the carrier bearing! I will say that I still notice less vibration and just a smoothness about the AM shaft! Thanks for the pics as it made it easier to distinquish the difference.
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I get all of this, lol. I am just saying 700 is a LOT for what it is. A replaced drive shaft. For me it would be my most expensive single mod yet.

You really dont need it, it should be like one of the last mods on your car i have everything on mine and i haven't had an issue. Unless your going to put a procharger on you will be fine
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You really dont need it, it should be like one of the last mods on your car i have everything on mine and i haven't had an issue. Unless your going to put a procharger on you will be fine
I would love to drop the rotational mass of it. I do not care about high speed, I think the fastest she has been is 86. I just want to be more efficient.
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The 2011 & 2012's have a two piece drive shaft that is 43 pounds. If yours off of your 2013 V6 is a one piece and only weighs in at 28 pounds it probably means that Ford changed them.

Did your original drive shaft look like this one"

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That drive shaft is out of a 12 GT. Just so y'all know.
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