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2010-2011 Camaro 1400HP Bolt In Axles

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Reasons to use our Hendrix Engineering Axles in your Camaro:

1. We use full certified 300m center bars, not just 28 spline like the most others
*There is a reason the Viper T56 uses a 30 spline and its the reason we do too.*

2. We also use all Certified 4340AQ cages with re-designed radius on the CV cage windows.

3. Our center race in the CV is certified 300m. This should need no explanation. No one else uses this and we can prove it.

4. The rolled splines we use on our axle bars. Most people know that a forging is always stronger than billet. Here, we roll our splines. This is by far the strongest way to form a spline and is far superior to cut splines.

2010-2011 Camaro 1400HP Bolt In Axles

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These are our newly redesigned 1400HP axles for the 2010-2011 Chevy Camaro. These are full, 30 spline 300M center bars with our newest 108mm CV. Higher HP cars need axles strong enough to handle the power and get it all to the tire as effectively as possible. Our new CV’s were redesigned to solve any clearance issues that may occur when the rear of the car squats on a hard run, especially in lowered cars. The material is a new, aircraft quality, modified 300M material from a direct supplier in a Swedish mill, and it is guaranteed to be the strongest available on the market. Since we are able to buy directly from the mill it allows our customers to get the highest quality material, at the lowest possible price.

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