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Old 05-07-2016, 01:51 PM   #36
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That's largely a myth, yes some people have broken the 3.7 driveshaft but that number is EXTREMELY small relative to the number of people out there with 3.7's. If you go to 3.55 or 3.73 your stock driveshaft will be fine, I just wouldn't do sustained 100+ mph runs on it and given the speed limit pretty much everywhere is 75mph or less, there's really no reason to sustain 3 digit speeds on public roads anyway.
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That's largely a myth, yes some people have broken the 3.7 driveshaft but that number is EXTREMELY small relative to the number of people out there with 3.7's. If you go to 3.55 or 3.73 your stock driveshaft will be fine, I just wouldn't do sustained 100+ mph runs on it and given the speed limit pretty much everywhere is 75mph or less, there's really no reason to sustain 3 digit speeds on public roads anyway.
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If you don't plan on tracking your car you'll be fine.
I've been running 3.73s for over two years with the oem poop shaft.

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Nah... your stock driveshaft is fine. Sure, it's a good idea to upgrade it when adding more torque and power, but your stock driveshaft is not going to blow up on you with your stated intentions... Especially in a V6.

I still have the stock driveshaft on my 13 GT with the 4.10s and I've also pushed 170mph multiple times. I'm pretty sure the V6 and GT share the same 2-piece driveshaft... but I stand to be corrected.
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Nah... your stock driveshaft is fine. Sure, it's a good idea to upgrade it when adding more torque and power, but your stock driveshaft is not going to blow up on you with your stated intentions... Especially in a V6.

I still have the stock driveshaft on my 13 GT with the 4.10s and I've also pushed 170mph multiple times. I'm pretty sure the V6 and GT share the same 2-piece driveshaft... but I stand to be corrected.
Definitely different driveshafts. The GT shaft while weighing nearly 40lbs because of it's mid mount bearing, is a far more stout DS than what's under the 3.7.
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Definitely different driveshafts. The GT shaft while weighing nearly 40lbs because of it's mid mount bearing, is a far more stout DS than what's under the 3.7.
Ok my bad, disregard my last post. Thanks for the clarification.

But regardless, like others have said, you're not going to blow up your driveshaft with upgraded gears.
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Ok my bad, disregard my last post. Thanks for the clarification.



But regardless, like others have said, you're not going to blow up your driveshaft with upgraded gears.

If the speed limiter is removed it's very possible it will. Ive seen it first hand on a dyno with a 2012 v6


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Nice. This makes me feel better. Dropping 700 on a DS wasn't in my plans.


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If the speed limiter is removed it's very possible it will. Ive seen it first hand on a dyno with a 2012 v6


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I don't track my car and rarely have it over 100.


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Nice. This makes me feel better. Dropping 700 on a DS wasn't in my plans.


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If you don't track your car, or go over 100 mph, then you don't need a new DS.

I beat the snot out of my cyclone, but kept the speed down and as a result the OEM driveshaft was more than enough.
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If you don't track your car, or go over 100 mph, then you don't need a new DS.

I beat the snot out of my cyclone, but kept the speed down and as a result the OEM driveshaft was more than enough.

Sounds good. Thanks.


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That's largely a myth, yes some people have broken the 3.7 driveshaft but that number is EXTREMELY small relative to the number of people out there with 3.7's. If you go to 3.55 or 3.73 your stock driveshaft will be fine, I just wouldn't do sustained 100+ mph runs on it and given the speed limit pretty much everywhere is 75mph or less, there's really no reason to sustain 3 digit speeds on public roads anyway.

Expect when you live in Texas and the speed limit is 85 😅😅 after reading this thread I will be getting the drive shaft before the gears now 👍🏽


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Just keep in mind that higher gear ratio's (lower gears) requires the drive shaft to turn at a higher RPM's and when the speedometer is corrected to reflect the actual speed of the car, the drive shaft RPM is equivalent to a higher speed based on the gear ratio change.
Theoretically, you'd likely still be within the safe speed range but the safety cushion is reduced.
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Pulled the trigger on the AM 3.55s install kit and new clutch rebuild kit. Decided 3.55s because I do tend to take longer trips at times on the interstate.


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Pulled the trigger on the AM 3.55s install kit and new clutch rebuild kit. Decided 3.55s because I do tend to take longer trips at times on the interstate.


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Pulled the trigger on the AM 3.55s install kit and new clutch rebuild kit. Decided 3.55s because I do tend to take longer trips at times on the interstate.


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Yep your going to love them! I remember my first first gear pull with 3.73s, I almost poohed my paints!

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Anything has to be better than these granny gears!


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Yep your going to love them! I remember my first first gear pull with 3.73s, I almost poohed my paints!

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I did poo my pants on the pull. 😉

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Old 05-20-2016, 05:59 PM   #54
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Got the 3.55s installed and drove the car home. Definitely noticeable since when I'm going 60 my speedometer shows 80. 1st gear is pretty short. I'm glad I went 3.55 because any shorter gear would pretty much make 1st useless it seems.

So did y'all baby the gears 1st 500 miles? Change gear oil after 500 miles?
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Got the 3.55s installed and drove the car home. Definitely noticeable since when I'm going 60 my speedometer shows 80. 1st gear is pretty short. I'm glad I went 3.55 because any shorter gear would pretty much make 1st useless it seems.

So did y'all baby the gears 1st 500 miles? Change gear oil after 500 miles?
I did about 250 miles then changed it. I did a lot of heat cycles though. Ran it for 25-30 miles. Let car sit for a few hours, rinse and repeat. Then at about 180 miles, I did a long road trip.
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I picked up the 3.55 set for mine...

What's the going rate to get them installed? This is so far the one mod I don't have any desire to do. Although I have been thinking about it lol.


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I did about 250 miles then changed it. I did a lot of heat cycles though. Ran it for 25-30 miles. Let car sit for a few hours, rinse and repeat. Then at about 180 miles, I did a long road trip.
When you drained the fluid you just refilled with synthetic diff oil right? No more friction modifier?
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I put some in just to be safe. I used Royal Purple in mine. My 2014 only got Royal Purple fluids.


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I put some in just to be safe. I used Royal Purple in mine. My 2014 only got Royal Purple fluids.


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So you just added Royal Purple or you also added friction modifier?
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I did both.


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I picked up the 3.55 set for mine...

What's the going rate to get them installed? This is so far the one mod I don't have any desire to do. Although I have been thinking about it lol.


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I thought about doing it too but the amount of specialized tools required and also the technical level is high make it difficult. I'd find a shop that specialized in it and not a random mechanic.


I've seen prices from 300-800. Almost everyone in my area was near 500, some were higher.
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How much friction modifier and do you have a link?
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They sell a bottle of it on AM for like $10. I just used that. Its about 600-800 for gear installs here in Austin, TX.


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It was 220 install for me and I'm glad you made the right choice. I test drove my buddies 3.73's and the gearing was a bit too short for my taste and didn't feel any difference from my 3.55's


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It was 220 install for me and I'm glad you made the right choice. I test drove my buddies 3.73's and the gearing was a bit too short for my taste and didn't feel any difference from my 3.55's


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Just curious, how can the 3:73 gearing not be your taste and yet feel no different than your 3:55 gears. If that's the case doesn't that mean your 3:55 gears are not your taste

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There is basically no difference between 3.55s to 3.73s when it comes to shifting, the ratios are so close to each other.
I was fortunate to have a little seat time in a 3 7 with 3.55s (also manual) and couldn't tell the difference between the two.
If you like 3.73s you'll like 3.55s and vice versa.

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The real world difference between 3.55 and 3.73 when paired with the mt82 is 100 rpms.
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I decided on 3.55 due to the fact it's my daily driver so I wanted less rpms on highway and I don't plan on tracking/racing so anything else is a waste for me.


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I decided on 3.55 due to the fact it's my daily driver so I wanted less rpms on highway and I don't plan on tracking/racing so anything else is a waste for me.


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Just curious, how can the 3:73 gearing not be your taste and yet feel no different than your 3:55 gears. If that's the case doesn't that mean your 3:55 gears are not your taste

Just a near stock 3.7

I worded that terrible my bad, there's no crazy difference that would make me jump to 3.73's they felt somewhat similar power wise that being said I'll get a little bit better gas mileage than the 3.73's and I can stay in 3rd in the 1/4 mile without having to shift to 4th which results in faster 1/4 time. Plus every shop I talked to told me that it'd be best to go with 3.55's if I plan on having a high hp car further down the road. So I'd rather not get the 3.73's especially if I don't feel a big difference, I know it's only a 200 rpm difference but when I test drove the 3.73's I found myself shifting a bit more on highway pulls than the 3.55's and all the shifting made it feel slower to me. Now if I had an auto then I'd definitely go with the 3.73's since I could actually utilize the gears to its fullest.


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