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In went a custom ladder frame, a four-link rear suspension, a nine-inch rear axle, a carbon-fiber driveshaft, a six-speed Tremec manual transmission, and a full roll cage.
The Giulia starts at $38,000 and with an all-aluminum engine and carbon-fiber driveshaft, aims to steal some customers from Audi, BMW, and Mercedes.
To remove any lash in the driveline and to preload the driveshaft and trans with torque, inch up to the line a bit while still holding the brakes.
The AWD system uses GKN's active twin-clutch system—also found in the Ford Focus RS—which can disconnect both rear wheels from the driveshaft for front-wheel drive efficiency.
Out of necessity, Ford’s designers placed a tunnel in the frame of their combustion vehicles to make room for exhaust pipes and a driveshaft.
The largest recall—of approximately 400,000 vehicles—applies to 2015-17 transit van/bus vehicles that are being recalled to replace the driveshaft flexible coupling.
The defect can cause the driveshaft to separate,...
The technology that Bigland boasts of: Every Stelvio carries a carbon-fiber driveshaft and enough aluminum that the new Alfa should undercut the BMW X3 by almost 100 pounds.
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Definition of driveshaft for English Language Learners
: a part of a vehicle that carries power from the gears to the wheels
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