Magazine Tech Articles
How to replace U-Joints & Balance Your Truck’s Driveshaft
Project Over/Under, 2003 Chevy Silverado: Part 10
This May 2018 Street Rodder article is a good read for anyone planning to install one of these engine and transmission packages.
How to Change Pinion Angles
By Gerry Burger, Hotrod Network December 14, 2017
All that changed when I ordered a custom length aluminum driveshaft from Inland Empire and was doing some bench racing with longtime friend and owner of Inland Empire, Greg Frick. Talk turned to angles and I was informed quite quickly that I should change the angle on the pinion to 3 degrees so... http://www.hotrod.com/articles/change-pinion-angles/
CHEVY HIGH PERFORMANCE MAGAZINE
"Chevy High Performance magazine installed a 509 inch engine in a 1961 bubble top. They used our two piece 502 kit shaft set to deliver all that engine's power." Click here to read about Installing the Shafiroff 509 Engine into a 1961 Bel Air – Bubbletop 509
How To Pick a Performance Driveshaft
Written by Douglas Glad on November 1, 2010
Thanks to performance driveshaft companies like Inland Empire Driveline Service, you don't have to hope that your U-joints and pinion yoke can stand up to your high-horsepower abuse. To handle whatever you are driving, there are four material options for the tube itself, plus a couple of choices for the pinion and transmission yoke.