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Old 06-06-2015, 04:50 PM   #36
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You do not want to go this fast with a stock drive shaft


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And that is why I bought a one piece driveshaft lol


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I already tried to sell mine, I also tried to sell my factory stock mufflers and got not one single person to even respond to my ad except to laugh at me.
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Might be worth more as scrap!
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^ And thank you for the legwork, sir! Got my invoice and paid...looking forward to no more vibration and overall crappiness from the stock DS!
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I already tried to sell mine, I also tried to sell my factory stock mufflers and got not one single person to even respond to my ad except to laugh at me.
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I thought the 700 was a steal personally ronnie
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I'm glad I got my one piece aluminum driveshaft made by the axle exchange.

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Al DSS

I have jumped on this purchase of going to an AL DSS. Now is the question, what WILL be the benefits of doing so. I just keep hearing about increasing my 0-60 times. Other than this what will it do for my car? What benefits will I get out of including this in my Bama Tune or will it not matter?
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I have jumped on this purchase of going to an AL DSS. Now is the question, what WILL be the benefits of doing so. I just keep hearing about increasing my 0-60 times. Other than this what will it do for my car? What benefits will I get out of including this in my Bama Tune or will it not matter?
May eliminate some noises/vibrations if you already have some.
May cause some noises or clunks that you may not have had before.
Minimizes possibility of failure at high speeds.(125 mph +)
Would have to datalog tune, if there is anything to be gained.
Above info is based on feed-back from others, not personal experiences.
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^ What I've gleaned is that the CV joint *may* make the DSS shaft a bit quieter and less clunky than the AE one.

Either would be vastly better than stock, IMHO.
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May eliminate some noises/vibrations if you already have some.
May cause some noises or clunks that you may not have had before.
Minimizes possibility of failure at high speeds.(125 mph +)
Would have to datalog tune, if there is anything to be gained.
Above info is based on feed-back from others, not personal experiences.
That is a very succinct description of the benefits. Just to add to Diehard's comments, I think the performance benefits are minimal. I weighed my stock driveshaft and my AE aluminum DS when I swapped them, and there is only 8.4 lbs of difference. Granted, it is rotating mass, but it isn't likely to make a difference you can feel in the seat of your pants... at least I couldn't tell any difference.

My motivation for the swap was reliability and peace of mind; with the stock DS, my car would start vibrating right at 100 MPH (it has 3:31 gears). At the governor, the vibration was strong enough to make me uncomfortable. The aluminum DS, however, is smooth to up to the governor. Someday, when the warranty runs out, I'll get a tune to remove the governor... and I won't have to worry about a driveshaft failure. In the meantime, the car is now smooth and worry free into triple digit speeds. Mission Accomplished!
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Ugh, I'm starting to wonder if buying the AL DSS was a buy that was needed toward the beginning instead of other mods first...of course I have a Bama tune for my first, 2nd was BMR lower control arms (lighter than ones that AM sells) though, only because I called BMR to see what was recommended first. This is their new set.
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If you plan on keeping your Mustang for a long time:::

YESGet the aluminum drive shaft.
If your gonna trade it in next years---Don't
I plan on keeping my 3.7 Cyclone V6 automatic M.C.A. edition for a very long time. Spending the money on the aluminum drive shaft was really not necessary for me because I don't auto-X or track anymore. I only ran once at the drag strip and that was with the old drive shaft.
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I'm really happy I did this Mod. I wish I did it when my Mustang was new. My Mustang just plain feels better and I have "NO" clunk and "NO" vibration at all. Now when I let off the gas my car actually slows down.
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This is one of those things that you Want but probably will not need.
I also added the "SWARR BAR" from American Muscle which I need like a hole in my head but I wanted it, I bought it, and I like it. Another great improvement in handling and I'm glad I have it.
Although I don't really need it, I'll eventually get a Bama tuner.
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Installed My DSS shaft today.

I have a 5.0 and the DSS shaft is about half the weight, and you can feel the difference. I hit it in second gear and my 9 year old son said "Dad, what did you do to your car?" It revs faster and is much smoother while cruising on the highway. Guys do yourselves a favor get in on the group buy if you can, the lighter and stronger Driveshaft makes a difference.
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I have a 5.0 and the DSS shaft is about half the weight, and you can feel the difference. I hit it in second gear and my 9 year old son said "Dad, what did you do to your car?" It revs faster and is much smoother while cruising on the highway. Guys do yourselves a favor get in on the group buy if you can, the lighter and stronger Driveshaft makes a difference.
For the v6 guys, our Stock shaft is only 29lbs. The DSS unit is I believe 21lbs, so it's more about removing the junky stock shaft than major weight savings.
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For the v6 guys, our Stock shaft is only 29lbs. The DSS unit is I believe 21lbs, so it's more about removing the junky stock shaft than major weight savings.
Thats a good point...however add a lighter flywheel to the mix. Replacing the stock 30lb one with a lighter 18 lb, thats a 20lb difference right there...how much of an improvement it has on a car that pushes 300+ hp and 280lb ft trq stock...who knows.
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Has anyone that ordered gotten theirs yet? I'm like a little kid at Christmas and am getting antsy


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Not yet... Everyone is slammed from the summer orders. I was told a week to a week and a half the other day ... I want it!!

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Has anyone that ordered gotten theirs yet? I'm like a little kid at Christmas and am getting antsy
Sometimes if you wait long enough, you forget you ordered something and when the box arrives it's a total surprise. Christmas in July!

Can't wait for the shaft to arrive. Got some auto transmission problems fixed (needle bearing and thrust washer somehow managed to go poo after only 56k miles) so would love to get the fresh shaft in too and get rid of the clunky stock piece.
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Yall sure you bought a shaft or was it a group buy to get "shafted"? Lol!!! Sorry I had to...
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Sometimes if you wait long enough, you forget you ordered something and when the box arrives it's a total surprise. Christmas in July!



Can't wait for the shaft to arrive. Got some auto transmission problems fixed (needle bearing and thrust washer somehow managed to go poo after only 56k miles) so would love to get the fresh shaft in too and get rid of the clunky stock piece.

Lol my friend my aluminum shaft clunks too just to let you know. It's been checked by multiple shops and there's nothing wrong so idk what it is at this point.


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Lol my friend my aluminum shaft clunks too just to let you know. It's been checked by multiple shops and there's nothing wrong so idk what it is at this point.


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What is funny is after I got my gears installed, I rarely hear it anymore.
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What is funny is after I got my gears installed, I rarely hear it anymore.

Hmmm I actually never heard my stock driveshaft clunk and with I installed the one piece I heard that one clunk all the time. This issue is weird lol


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Yup, I heard it to when I swapped to the 1 piece when putting it in reverse.
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Which one-piece shaft do you guys have? The DSS one has a CV joint at the differential end, and from the research I've done, that might lessen the clunk a bit.

There will always be some clunk when going into reverse due to the backlash in the drivetrain, it's just a matter of minimizing it by removing the extra backlash introduced by the poopy two-piece OEM design.
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With my fixed transmission, there is a little creak/squeak once per revolution, so I'm thinking one of the U-joints in the stock shaft may be crapping out (the trans problem involved the tailshaft and flange flopping around due to a bad bearing, so I'm sure that put a lot of stress on the front U-joint). The new shaft will be arriving just in time.
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So, I just called HyperMotive for an update. They informed me that DSS took the July 4th week off, so that's what pushed things back. HM is expecting the shafts to arrive this week on a single pallet; they will then ship them right out to all of us (so, the shafts are not being drop-shipped from DSS like I had assumed). So, we should all be getting our driveshafts around the same time!

Fingers crossed that pallet shows up at HyperMotive in the next couple of days, then Christmas in July time!
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So, I just called HyperMotive for an update. They informed me that DSS took the July 4th week off, so that's what pushed things back. HM is expecting the shafts to arrive this week on a single pallet; they will then ship them right out to all of us (so, the shafts are not being drop-shipped from DSS like I had assumed). So, we should all be getting our driveshafts around the same time!
Fingers crossed that pallet shows up at HyperMotive in the next couple of days, then Christmas in July time!
So has anyone actually received the DS yet? It's already been like a month and some change. Grabber?
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I emailed them last Thursday and was told that they were picking them up from DSS on Friday and that they would ship them out today (Monday). Keeping my fingers crossed


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Thanks for the update and hopefully they're not giving you the runaround. It's been nearly two months!
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