No need to adjust pinion angle from Factory OEM setting
Shaft Weighs 20 lbs.
1330 series Neapco, High performance rear universal joint
1350 series Spicer, High performance front universal joint
3.5” X .125” Alcoa 6061-T6 aluminum driveline tubing
14HP peak increase, and 16 ft/lb of torque increase
.21 Second Reduction in 1/4 Mile E.T.
Rated to 900 RWHP
Reduce rotating mass
Increase fuel economy
1000’s of satisfied customers
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A driveshaft safety loop may be required in racing applications.
Free UPS Ground shipping to the continental U.S. All other destinations pay normal shipping charges. Signature Required for delivery unless explicitly waived by customer.
"Wanted to write a line to thank David and the team at Shaftmasters for a great product and help in buying a great product. The driveshaft came as they said with a nice install kit and the fit and finish was exceptional. I have no vibration at all well balance and fit a true direct bolt in shaft.The price was the best by far and shipping was fast and free.Installed in a 2014 Mustang GT premium at shop in less then an hour. I take great pride in my ride and is nice to see others take pride in there workmanship to see we as customers get an exceptional product."
-Gerald R.-Warfordsburg, PA
"Received the driveshaft and installed it the same day. No vibration issues and installation was very easy and straight forward. I should also add that it is a very nice looking addition to the car, almost a shame it has to stay hidden underneath it.
Chock me up as another very satisfied customer."
-Michael P.-Rowlett, TX
"I received the drive shaft and installed it in my vehicle. Got to say it makes a big difference. Way more smoother and a lot less noise. I appreciate the help and the info you gave me on the driveshafts you guys build. I'm very happy with the results thanks again."
-Nick P.-Bakersfield, CA
"The driveshaft eliminated the clunking noises I was experiencing with the stock driveshaft. The
Shaftmasters driveshaft is perfectly balanced. I haven’t experienced vibrations at any speed. The installation was extremely easy due to this being “the only TRUE Direct BoltIn Mustang Replacement Driveshaft”. They aren’t kidding either! Shaftmasters’ instructions were easy to follow and detailed even though this was a straight forward installation. It was as simple as unbolting the stock one and pulling it out from the driveshaft loop that was
previously installed and then bolting up the new one. No adapter plates or anything else that could cause vibration. No yokes needing to be changed or trying to line up splines. The fit was perfect with no adjustments needed...even to pinion angle."
"I would like to thank David & the whole crew at Shaftmasters for helping me get this car/project to where it is. David has gone out of his way to give the whole community a top notch product & is always willing to give tech advice.
I sponsor this car straight out of my wallet so high quality parts are very important to me & this driveshaft delivers, easy install, no vibration & unquestionably the best design out there for 11+ mustangs in my opinion."
Watch Larry's 2012 GT run 10.78 seconds with a Shaftmasters Direct Bolt-In
"I am very happy with the Drive Shaft, it installed relatively easy and I appreciate the extra detail on the finish cut on the exterior of the Drive Shaft. Performance wise their is a definate improvement in throttle response, no vibration, in fact, I believe it reduced noise. I drove 90 miles today and gas mileage improved by about 1 mile per gallon."
-Thanks AL I.-Deltona, FL
"Thanks for the direct bolt driveshaft. We installed in my Bullitt. I think everyone involved was impressed with the whole package…quality of DS, the installation kit you included and how easy it was to install. The installer also runs a web blog and took some pictures and planning to run a story. That won’t hurt your publicity at all.
Question – one of the main reasons I made the switch was to eliminate the “clunk”. It accomplished doing that about 90% but there is still some noise. I can’t figure out where it could be coming from. I’m assuming it’s still somewhere between the driveshaft and rear differential but I just don’t see how that’s possible unless it’s connected with the pinion flange somehow. From a mechanical engineering standpoint, there is nothing that is not solidly bolted in there. Any ideas? Would it have been eliminated if I had gone with a new adapter plate or pinion flange? Thanks for your comments.
We can't see where an adapter plate or pinion flange style shaft would be any better (maybe worse).