Product Name: Chevrolet Camaro SS Manual 3.25” 1350 Series Carbon Fiber Slip Shaft with upgraded performance U-Joints and hardware
2016 – up Camaro: SS Manual
We build each 1350 series driveshaft with 3.25” x .125 carbon fiber tubing, 2024 aluminum bondable yoke shaft and spline sleeve assembly, bond yoke, adapter flange yokes, and performance 1350 series solid cross non greaseable u-joints. Hardware with lock nuts is also included. All driveshafts are high speed balanced for performance application on our new Coetz Balancer. A driveshaft balance print out sheet will be provided with each order, giving you peace of mind knowing your driveshaft is balanced within industry standard tolerance. We also torque test each carbon fiber driveshaft before shipping. This ensures the bond is solid and your driveshaft will hold up under high torque application. Please send us a note on how many ft/lbs of torque your car is capable of so we can test properly. We are one of only 3 shops in America offering in house torque testing on every carbon fiber shaft.
**Our 1350 series driveshaft DOES NOT require additional adapters. We build each driveshaft with aluminum adapter flanges from Composite Driveline and/or SONNAX. Our driveshaft will bolt directly into your existing OEM flanges on your transmission and differential. This eliminates the need for any additional parts and hardware.**
- We use 3.25” OD x .125 wall carbon fiber tubing from Composite Drivelines and/or NEAPCO. There are 14 layers of different directional weaves, creating a stronger, more durable tube.
- We use a 2024 aluminum bondable yoke shaft and spline sleeve assembly from Composite Drivelines for additional strength vs traditional 6061 aluminum
- We use direct bolt in adapter flanges from Composite Drivelines and SONNAX instead of high speed CVs that require additional adapters and hardware
- We use only NEAPCO Performance 1350 series solid cross non greaseable U-Joints in all of our performance and racing shafts.
Please keep heat in excess of 250 degrees away from bonded areas for extended periods of time. While it is uncommon to see these temperatures under a moving vehicle, we highly recommend heat shielding/insulation, exhaust/header wrap, to create a barrier of protection. Shafts that fail due to improper heat shielding and subsequent thermal degradation of bonding agent are not covered by warranty.
Please check for any clearance issues. Check the driveshaft tunnel for any bolts, heat shield rub, exhaust clearance, shifter clearance, etc. Make sure nothing rubs the driveshaft. This is your responsibility. Any interference with the driveshaft is not covered under warranty.
*Due to circumstances beyond our control, the supply chain is very broken. Back orders are unfortunately impacting all industries with extensive lead times. We will do our best to purchase all parts as listed by vendor, but from time to time other vendors may be used. If this is the case, we will give you an option to use the currently available parts, or wait until the listed parts come in. We only use the very best components in our driveshafts!