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Old 10/23/10, 05:52 AM
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2011 V6 Aluminum Shafts Now Available

Hello Forum Members:

We wanted to make everyone aware that we have determined that 2011 Mustangs, either GT or V6, manual or automatic transmission, are all using the same driveshaft. Unlike 2005-2010 V6 vehicles that have an OEM 1 piece shaft. The 2011 V6 is using the same transmission and rear axle as the 2011 GT and is also using the 40lb. 2 piece OEM driveshaft.

Our single piece aluminum shaft is now available.

These shafts feature the same innovative design as our 2005-2010 GT "Direct Bolt In" aluminum driveshafts.

Fits 2011 V6 with Manual & Automatic Transmission
A "True" Direct Bolt-in, No adapter plate or replacement pinion flange needed
No need to reset pinion bearing preload
Allows for easy re-installation of OEM shaft when reselling vehicle or when going to
the dealer for warranty issues etc.
Made from all new components
1330 series Spicer, High performance front universal joint
1350 series Spicer, High performance rear 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 up to 750 RWHP
Reduce rotating mass
Increase fuel economy
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As always:
Free UPS Ground shipping to the continental U.S. All other destinations and shipping methods pay normal shipping charges.

You can find them on our website at:
http://www.shaftmasters.com/3aldrfomu20v6.html
We accept Visa, MasterCard and PayPal

Or, you can call us Toll Free at 1-866-912-2004 or 1-313-383-6347 to order via telephone with Visa or MasterCard or if you would like more information.
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Old 11/4/10, 04:26 AM
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Critical Update

After further investigation we have now determined that the 2011 V6 Mustang does not use the same driveshaft as the 2011 V8 GT.

Our original determination was based on information that we received from several normally reliable sources. The main source being a Ford dealership partsman with over 20 years experience who was emphatic that all 2011 GT and V6 Mustangs use the same driveshaft.

We have modified the listing on our website to show availability of just GT shafts. We are working diligently to get the V6 shafts spec'd out and have them available as soon as possible.

We would like to apologize to the Mustang community for our role in disseminating this misinformation.

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Old 11/15/10, 12:33 PM
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2011 V6 Manual Aluminum Shafts Now Available

After research and a lot of help from a 2011 V6 Manual owner. We now have aluminum shafts available for this application. You can find them on our online store:
http://www.shaftmasters.com/3aldrfomu20v5.html

Keep in mind that these are for 2011 V6 Manual transmission applications only.

We are still researching the 2011 V6 Automatic and hope to have those available soon.

Thanks again,
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