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9″ Rear End S-Case
8-10% stronger material than stock nodular iron
Additional mass in all critical areas
Heavy duty nodular iron main caps
Solid adjuster nuts
Accepts OEM and aftermarket Ford 9″ pinion supports
Torque Arm Slider Bar
Retro-fit, thru-hardened steel torque arm slider bar has .001” runout (end-to-end) for perfectly smooth operation of torque arm slider bearing. Eliminates all gouging, binding and run-out of
existing aluminum bars. Plug-n-play replacement for all Troyer, Bicknell and TEO chassis torque arm sliders (under seat).
32 Spline Gun-Drilled Driveshaft – Shaft Only
– WILL FIT MOST ALL MANUFACTURERS 32 SPLINE DRIVESHAFT SLIP YOKES
– 32 SPLINE DRIVESHAFT IS 14% TORSIONALLY STRONGER IN SPLINED AREA COMPARED TO 16 SPLINE SHAFT
– THROUGH HARDENED HY-TUF STEEL – EXCEPTIONAL SHOCK RESISTANCE AND TORSIONAL STRENGTH
– GUNDRILLED FOR WEIGHT REDUCTION
– TIMED SPLINES PROVIDES PROPER U-JOINT PHASING
– TIGHT RUNOUT CONTROL AND SPLINE CLEARANCE ELIMINATES VIBRATION
Torsion Bar Pre-Stressed Service
Re-stressing allows bars to have greater elastic twist angle and hence more wheel travel. It also drastically reduces bar settling eliminating a need for a racer to bounce a car up and down in order for it to settle at the correct height. During pre-stressing the bars are twisted within the plastic shear zone over a specific angle, unloaded and repeated two more times.
The Torsion bars’ strain curves are carefully monitored during the procedure. The procedure causes compressed residual stresses at the outer boundary of a bar increasing its yield strength. Ultimately, this saves time and, more importantly, conditions the bar for immediate on-track use in while also increasing the bars overall longevity.