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Discussion in 'High Performance Modifications' started by muscl car, Sep 10, 2020.
That's where I got mime and I like it from Butler performance
So this mounts to the trans mount ???? , very interesting , Is this NHRA legal ?????
Either Customworks or Pro-Touring F-Body has a loop that mounts to the Transmission Mount too
Read the link in post #11...
These are built to NHRA spec requirements and should be accepted in tech.
(2"width loop, .250" material and loop locates within 6" of u-joint.)
Make sure when the drive shaft is installed that no more than 1 in. to 1 1/2 of the yoke is exposed.
NHRA tech at my local track are real jerks and will fail a car over something like the newer design hoop . That's why I'm asking especially if anyone has passed tech with it recently
I don't know why it wouldn't pass tech. It looks very sturdy to me.
This is a much, much better option than a universal loop. I have used both.
And it does not upset the driveline angle like a trans-mount loop can. This loop is custom-fit to the 2nd Gen floor pan and will work with oversized driveshafts:
Don't look at it that they are jerks look at it that they may save your life someday. Our local track does not check jack crap. I know my car is pretty safe but now that it's in the 10's again I have to get some new stuff safety wise for next year especially with the new 406 I am planning on building over the winter, if it works out good all the BBC stuff is going buy bye.