When you are building a High Performance Engine you should keep in mind your drivetrain components should be upgraded as well. Drivelines, Clutches, Axles, and differentials are all recommended to upgrade when laying down serious power & torque.
Performance Driveshaft’s are built with thicker wall tubing to handle the load. Limited Slip Differentials will help make sure you don’t get stuck with one wheel spinning. For your 2008 Ford F-150 to properly put down power, your transmission needs to be healthy. We offer a number of accessories and parts for your transmission at Sport Compact Warehouse. If off-roading with your 4x4 is your thing you will also find a broad selection of parts available, including wiring for your trailer hitch.
Performance Clutches typically involve heavier springs and different materials then what is factory provided. The heavier springs will create more clamping force, which results in more torque being able to be put down to the street while reducing the risk of slipping the clutch. Additionally this will help you be able to shift better during more aggressive conditions like breaking that new track record.
At higher engine speeds, you have a lot of energy to bleed. That’s where Performance Lightweight Fly Wheels come into play. A Lightweight Fly Wheel will allow you to have more control over your shifting. We carry a large variety of Performance Fly Wheels in our catalog.
We carry a number of other components. With us you can also find axles, clutch lines, differentials, and even short shifters. We’re your one stop for all of your Performance Drivetrain needs.
Sport Compact Warehouse is your Premier Source for Performance Drivetrains. Contact us today to speak to one of our experience reps to help you make an informed decision.
A drivetrain may be the least understood part of a vehicle. This is due to several factors, including the fact that the term “drivetrain” is often used interchangeably with powertrain and driveline.
The drivetrain includes the transmission, the driveshaft, the axles, and the wheels. Simply put, it works in conjunction with the engine to move the wheels. The drivetrain system is an essential component of a vehicle and the transmission is an integral part of the drivetrain.
The drivetrain is comprised of a collection of components in a vehicle that transfer power from the transmission to the wheels/ drive it forward. These components include the driveshaft, CV joints, the differential, the axle shafts and the U-joints.