Originally Posted by more carbon
This is for any car that ever runs up the rpms. The stock drive shaft has a plastic/composite donut on the shaft to limit the amount of "swing" that the stock shaft has.
The "Jump rope" effect is common with rpms as well as high hp launches.
The drive shaft turns at a speed equal to the engine rpms in every gear so it sees these rpms every time the car is run through the gears.
It not only is stronger it is truly straight with no deflection in this application.
We rev around 7500 in the World Challenge race car and ran the same drive shaft all season long.
Then we used the same shaft at the drag strip for the 140 mph 1/4 mile run where we destroyed 3 rear ends that day but the drive shaft was perfect when we checked it out.
The only cars that won't benefit from this drive shaft are the show cars that never drive
Lou Gigliotti LGM