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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-26-03, 09:41 PM Thread Starter
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Twisting D/S Yoke Splines?

2-FRPP Aluminum driveshaft yokes.All started with the installaton of a Dual-Friction C/F Clutch/Flywheel.Of course launcing at 5,000 RPM's(on slicks) does not help either :s6: I decided to go with either the Mark Williams or Strange.Since M/W staff was not interested in answering a few simple ????,Strange got my buisness LOL!Should be recieving it in the next few days.Hope it does the trick.Has anyone else run into this concern?88-GT.Trans is a Tremec 3550.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-27-03, 04:57 PM
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Wow, what kind of power are you pushing? I have a friend with an 89 LX who runs a twin turbo 347 that pushes 1150hp at the rear wheels, he runs the same shaft i have which is the FRPP not sure what kind of clutch he uses though but i'd imagine its pretty stout. I guess i dont have an answer to why they're twisting but thought i'd share my 2 cents lol. I'm right @ 450hp and have had no problems.
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