TN-Racing 65 Degree Wide Angle Universal Driveshafts

NEW from TN-Racing Universal Drive Shafts Set 45 mm that can provide upto 65 Degree wide Angle. This is a Great way to add more angle to your drifter for countersteer or rear wheel drive drifting. They are available for the Yokomo DRB and Drift Package, these parts have been certified by Team Yokomo. To reach the full 65 degrees you will need to modify your chassis as they are were not designed for anything much higher than 55 degrees. Full part info available after the jump, these are expected to sell out very quickly so you may want to act fast!

TN Racing 65 Degree CVD Driveshaft DP DriftMission
TN-Racing Universal Set 65 Degree Wide Angle Universal for Drift Package

  • Part Number: TN-643
  • CVD Driveshaft capable of more than 50 degrees drift steering angle
  • True Universal drift shaft design
  • Made from high quality materials
  • Made for Yokomo Drift Package Chassis
  • 45mm length

Approximate MSRP: ¥3150JPY
TN Racing 65 Degree CVD Driveshaft DRB DriftMission
TN-Racing Universal Set 65 Degree Wide Angle Universal for DRB

  • Part Number: TN-645
  • True Universal drift shaft design
  • Made from high quality materials
  • Made for use with Yokomo DRB chassis
  • 44mm length

Approximate MSRP: ¥3150JPY
Source: TN-Racing

32 Comments on “TN-Racing 65 Degree Wide Angle Universal Driveshafts”

    1. modify your C-hub and steering knuckle. Also you will need to change your steering cranks. Yokomo recently released new ones. Team Suzuki also has a set of steering cranks.

    2. Modification to the steering knuckle and C-hub will be necessary. You will also need to change the the steering wipers, Team Suzuki and Yokomo both make aftermarket upgrades for more steering angle.

  1. i have yok 7* caster hub ts-2100 steering block ts2122 steering bellcrank type 2 ts 2129 wide angle shaft all hubs steering blocks shaved / trimmed still maybe only getting 50* if that

  2. i have yok 7* caster hub ts-2100 steering block ts2122 steering bellcrank type 2 ts 2129 wide angle shaft all hubs steering blocks shaved / trimmed still maybe only getting 50* if that

  3. this design is similar to old school universals, i can see it can take 65* angle, but during rotation, can it maintain that 65* through out the 360* rotation? or does it “bump” on the axis and reduce to say 55*?

    1. no idea, dont have a set to tell you but do know what you mean since the inherited design of universals have the “bump” on the axis. I do believe these cups are designed so that it allows at least 55+.

  4. this design is similar to old school universals, i can see it can take 65* angle, but during rotation, can it maintain that 65* through out the 360* rotation? or does it “bump” on the axis and reduce to say 55*?

    1. no idea, dont have a set to tell you but do know what you mean since the inherited design of universals have the “bump” on the axis. I do believe these cups are designed so that it allows at least 55+.

    1. modify your C-hub and steering knuckle. Also you will need to change your steering cranks. Yokomo recently released new ones. Team Suzuki also has a set of steering cranks.

    2. Modification to the steering knuckle and C-hub will be necessary. You will also need to change the the steering wipers, Team Suzuki and Yokomo both make aftermarket upgrades for more steering angle.

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