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  • n2205-3

    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

    $249.00
  • STG_2249-P

    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).

    $49.00
  • Driveshaft

    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

    $189.00
  • Torsion Bar

    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.

    $20.00