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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-12-2006, 09:27 PM Thread Starter
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510 RWHP + Good Track Prep = Trouble $$$

Well this is what happens when 510 RWHP + Good Track Prep meets the stock CV Axle. It costs you money $$$ Second run of the night launched at 4500 and at 6000 RPM 1st gear POOWWWW !!!!!!




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Well, itís easy to justify the cost of the heavy duty ones now. Do you have the stock driveshaft?
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Well, itís easy to justify the cost of the heavy duty ones now. Do you have the stock driveshaft?
Yep still ave the stock driveshaft. I figure I will use the stock parts until they break and then upgrade.

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Yep still ave the stock driveshaft. I figure I will use the stock parts until they break and then upgrade.
I think that's the best way to go.

So, youíve single handedly proven the stock shaft is not the weak link in the driveline - LOL.
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05 goat can i have some specs on your car ? 500 hoe power sounds like a nice number.

im looking to get into a goat soon and am going through all the possible setups i would want.

looking to run 11 mids
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Well this is what happens when 510 RWHP + Good Track Prep meets the stock CV Axle. It costs you money $$$ Second run of the night launched at 4500 and at 6000 RPM 1st gear POOWWWW !!!!!!



Looks like to much Wheel Hop..... With a lot of Power. The DriveShaft shop just release a one piece from axle to stub units. I will be getting them in the spring.
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i have heard that the new ls2 gto rear ends are weak. what are they actually referring to about the rear end being weak? ie axles/driveshaft/or rearend? this is also in reference to the 6 speed manual.
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