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    driveshaft loop

    I have a relatively stock 2006 Chrysler 300 SRT8 but I bought a set of 305/45-18 M/T et street r's because the 245/45-20's are a joke under 25 mph. Do I "need " to install one? I know it's a good idea



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    prob. not. i roasted my driveshaft but that was at 10 lbs of boost 600 hp. it was a stock driveshaft . i didn't have a loop at that time but no other damage.
    Last edited by CruzKing; 02-09-2019 at 07:12 PM.

    PB ET 14.02 at CamaroFest 5 totally stock
    PB RT Sportsman tree .003 at Challengerfest 3, PB RT pro tree .019 at MSHS VMP 5/16
    PB 0-60 3.24 MIR Raceway Drag Radials 6/18

    PB 0-60 4.40 Street Tires on the street Calabash 10/14

    PB 60' 1.472 @ CF9 4/18
    PB ET 1/8 6.911 @ CF9 4/18
    PB MPH 1/8 100.17 @ Atco 11/18
    PB ET 10.857 @ CF9 4/18

    PB MPH 127.29 @ Atco 11/18

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    driveshaft loop

    Are you racing?
    Probably don’t NEED it on radials but it depends on hp/tq and if you are trying to get cleared by a track to run or running a stock driveshaft.

    It is cheap ($100-150) insurance though.


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