Driveshafts aftermarket, any driving data, vibrations?

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  1. paul suloff

    paul suloff Silver Member

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    I see the Driveshaft shop has product in Carbon Fiber and Aluminum. Any feed back on vibration? Any other vendors making a DS for Hellcats? Want to order one but waiting for some personal experience.
     
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    RCC Turbos Gold Member

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    I have seen no vibrations at all up to 120 mph, (haven't been any faster) If you decide to order Drive Shaft Shop one I can get you 10% off,

    Richard
     
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    paul suloff Silver Member

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    Good to know. Trying to decide on CF or Aluminum. What are prices? $800 and $1500?
     
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    jgil Silver Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    Dr Buick is a dealer for the driveshaft shop
     
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    I have been 149 no problems
     
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    RCC Turbos Gold Member

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    We are also a dealer, retail on Aluminum is $899.99, member price is $810 plus shipping, Carbon is $1400 retail for 6 speed, $1260 member price plus shipping, and $1600 retail for auto and $1440 member price plus shipping

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    jgil Silver Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member

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    I did not know that you were dealers also, thought only dr buick sorry about that. John
     
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    Are these 1 piece or 2? I had the one piece on my last Challenger, it was nice it there was some definte NVH with it
     
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    I have the DSS Aluminum DS. Feels as good if not better than stock . Drove from Virginia Beach to St. Pete 2 days after install . Made 14 passes at MSHS in Bradenton. Dyno'd at 638 rwhp laying down 152 mph on the rollers the same day as install. Great product as usual from Frank and the guys.
     
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    One piece aluminum, I originally wanted chromoly but they were upfront and told me they were worried the chromoly shaft would have a harmonic issue, which is why I went aluminum, seems as smooth as the factory,

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    What is the major difference between Carbon Fiber vs. Aluminium besides price? Not like anyone is going to be looking under the car to see a pretty Carbon Fiber shaft. Is CF a lot stronger? And/or lighter. ..maybe both?
     
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    Yes exactly cf lighter and stronger image.jpg
     
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    It does look nice :) i had one on my last Challenger, just not sure its worth the extra $500-ish to go CF over AL
     
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    what are the torque rating and weight differences (CF vs. Aluminum)? generally speaking?
     

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