2010 Camaro Driveshaft Safety Loop
Here are some pics of our NHRA legal 2010 Camaro Driveshaft loop. This is a safety item that we really recomend for anybody who is taking their car out to the dragstrip. This item can immensly reduce the amount of damage done to the car from a broken driveshaft. Also this item is required for any car running a slick that is 13.99 or faster or 11.99 or faster with street tires. I know our local NHRA track really tries to make us have one on cars that are 13.99 and faster with drag radials. Here is a insert from the actual NHRA rula book.
In place of a crossmember, in the vicinity of the front universal
joint, all RWD cars running 13.99 or quicker with slicks and 11.49
or quicker with street tires must have a retainer loop 360 degrees
of enclosure, 1/4-inch minimum thickness and 2 inches wide, or
7/8-inch x .065-inch welded steel tubing, securely mounted and
located within 6 inches of the front universal joint for support of the
driveshaft in event of U-joint failure. Open drivelines passing any
part of the driverís body must be completely enclosed in 1/8-inchminimum-
thickness steel plate, securely mounted to the frame or
This is a super easy install, you don't have to drop the exhaust or the driveshaft. Install times on the driveshaft safety loop is about an hour in your driveway and 30 minutes on a lift. Not quite sure on pricing and availability yet but that will come in the very near future. Let me know if you guys have any questions.