The folks at Dynotech brought out their full line of performance aftermarket driveshafts, geared toward every facet of the automotive industry, from hardcore drag racing, road racing, muscle cars, offroad vehicles, and street rods.
Dynotech produces driveshafts that include the 3″, 3.5″, 4″, and 5″ ranges. Amongst that lineup are OEM, Drawn Over Mandrel, and Chromoly Steel driveshafts, 6061-T6 Aluminum, a Composite, high-performance racing piece, a Hybrid Carbon Fiber-wrapped model, multi-piece steel and aluminum, and marine offerings.
One of the Dynotech’s popular products is their 3.5″ and 4″ aluminum and steel driveshafts that are commonly used in 2005 and newer V8 and V6 Ford Mustangs. The aluminum version is suitable for applications producing under roughly 900 horsepower, while the steel version is more adequate for ultra high horsepower applications. In these driveshafts, the CV joint has been removed in favor of a conventional universal joint,with 1330 and 1350 weld yokes. Because the Mustang drivetrain is notoriously sensitive to becoming imbalanced, this element makes the Dynotech steel and aluminum driveshaft design quite popular.