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I have a Denny's MMX driveshaft local to me for a good price. Just wondering what kind of differences there are between this shaft, and the Dynotech MMX ones I always see on here as talked about. Is one better than the other? I am doing a high power build and would rather not skimp. Any info here?

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Either one should be good. The only real advantage is getting rid of highway/high speed vibration problems, so it isn't like you have to worry about one not holding up to the power or anything like that.
 

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Not worried about power so much as I am thinking about top speed requirements. Just want to make sure it's balanced up high enough to be safe at say... 150mph.

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Not worried about power so much as I am thinking about top speed requirements. Just want to make sure it's balanced up high enough to be safe at say... 150mph.

-Joel
Is the rest of the car safe at 150?:D
 

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Bump...

Did Denny's ever even make an actual MMX shaft? Or was that only dynotech?

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Thanks JR!

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