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Axle Exchange Mustang Aluminum Driveshaft (05-10 GT/Bullitt)

Axle Exchange Mustang Aluminum Driveshaft (05-10 GT/Bullitt)
Our Price $705.95
Market Price $777.95  
You save $72.00 (9%)
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  • Product Description
  • Installation Info
  • Mustang Fitment

Axle exchange's aluminum driveshafts for the 2005 through 2010 Mustangs have been throughly tested to make them the best aluminum 1-piece driveshaft available!

These driveshafts do not use a flange adapter like competitive versions which can contribute to driveline vibrations. Instead they come with a completely new and easy to install pinion flange which the driveshaft directly bolts to.

Weighing 24lbs less than the factory GT model driveshaft these 1 piece driveshaft greatly reduce rotating mass giving you up to 2 tenths improvement in 1/4 mile performance! Improved acceleration that you can feel.

Rated to safely hold up to 800 rear wheel horsepower. This driveshaft will satisfy practically any performance enthusiasts needs.

Note: If you have had your factory 2 piece driveshaft center bearing fail, that bearing cannot be replaced without buying a whole new shaft which is nearly double the price of our driveshaft. Upgrade your driveshaft today!

Product Benefits

  • Up to 2 tenths improvement in 1/4 mile
  • Reduced rotating mass and vehicle weight
  • Smooth operation
Time to Install
About 1 1/2 Hours
Level of Difficulty
Tech Recommended
Tools Needed
Basic Tools
Model Year(s)
2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Bullitt GT

Manual Automatic

Product Reviews

Immediately noticed a difference in performance.

Love it! I have a lot of miles on my car and getting rid of the 49 lb., 2-piece 2 CV joints 1 U-joint drive-shaft... What a difference! Lots of clucking sounds are gone. The lighter drive-shaft translates to easier rev'ing (couple that with Steeda's Under-drive Pulleys), better mileage on the highway (just punched through 30 mpg with a V8) and being quicker off-the-line... you can feel it. Can't wait to get 'er back on the track and see what she will do now! I like to do my own work - so make sure to add in time to remove the old shaft, adjust the new pinion flange and time to set the new pinion angle (2.7°) using Steeda's adjustable upper control arm. BTW - make sure you have fresh batteries for your angle finder.