1996 and earlier Corvette driveshafts are available from Dynotech
Dynotech Engineering Services now offers custom driveshafts for 1996 and earlier model year Chevrolet Corvettes. Dynotech's Corvette driveshaft is a steel, aluminum or chrome moly replacement shaft for the OEM Articleion driveshaft.
The driveshafts have a slip yoke and U-joint. The company says they are hand-assembled, computer-welded and high-speed balanced at a minimum of 5,000 rpm. The custom driveshafts ship free within 2-3 business days within the contiguous U.S.
"Our Corvette custom driveshafts feature the industry's most sophisticated engineering with a vibration-free guarantee," said Steve Raymond, general manager, Dynotech Engineering Services. "By replacing the Corvette's factory driveshaft with our high-speed balanced design, we can offer Corvette owners an overall improved vehicle performance."
The custom Dynotech Corvette driveshaft comes in three construction designs: drawnover mandrel (DOM) steel, 6061-T6 aluminum or chrome moly. The DOM steel model is offered in 2.0-4.0-inch diameter, 0.065-0.95-inch wall thickness and is stronger than stock, making it perfect for high performance street and racing applications.
Dynotech's 6061-T6 aluminum Corvette driveshaft is available in 3.0-4.0-inch diameter and 0.125-inch wall thickness. Ideally suited for street performance, racing use, the aluminum model weighs 8 lbs. less than stock. The chrome moly model is offered in 3.0-3.5-inch diameter, 0.083-inch wall thickness and is slightly heavier than stock, but will handle the cars making over 900 HP, making it ideal for high performance and racing applications, notes Dynotech.
For more information visit www.dynotechengineering.com.