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    S54 carbon driveshaft

    Hi,
    I'm building a supercharged car(ess loaded kit) with a build engine.
    target is track save 550whp.
    So I'm looking for a carbon driveshaft. Can someone give me an advice ?


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    Rafael

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    I can.

    http://www.acpt.com/Products/Composite-Driveshafts.aspx

    You're welcome.

    What other admin provides this level of service?

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    Also, talk to @Mike@VAC and see if he has anything in stock.

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    Thanks

    I already wrote to acpt but no reply yet.

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    This is a good suggestion as well.

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    Do you think it's really worth the money ?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by M3Reloaded Click here to enlarge
    Do you think it's really worth the money ?
    No.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by M3Reloaded Click here to enlarge
    Do you think it's really worth the money ?
    It depends. It's a lot safer for one.

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    My twinturbo E46 M3 broke ACPT carbon shaft two times.

    Dont buy it, spend your Money on a part that would make you happy and last...
    E36 M3 Euro TT 60-130 mph 4.49 s
    E46 M3 3.6L TT 60-130 mph 4.22 s
    All Wheel drive M3 Twin Turbo
    997 TT



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    I know Max Psi runs the DSS DS in his car, and when I drove it seemed great. I wouldn't mind having it in my car if I was going with a big power build.
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    Carbon fiber may not be as strong but it will at least crumble. If going big power at least run a driveshaft loop.

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