Specific notes for 2020+ Mustang GT500:
- GT500 axles are designed to work with the factory 34 spline differential and 33 spline wheel hubs
- These axles quickly became a top seller for anyone looking to modify or take their GT500 to the track. Our average customer has been between 900-1100, with a growing number of customers pushing well beyond with no issues. Important to note that any axle can fail at a lower power level due to wheel hop or misuse. The listed numbers should not be an expectation, but an idea for capability.
- The outer boots on any S550 based platform will be very close to the factory shocks. Clearance should always be inspected upon install to make sure they will clear without rubbing. The upper shock mount can also be loosened and moved away from the axle to provide a slight improvement with clearance. Some aftermarket shocks or coilovers may not clear and could require modification of the shock mount or possibly low profile boots.
GForce axle shafts were manufactured based on OEM suspension. Aftermarket shocks, control arms, etc. may present clearance issues. If CV boots have clearance issues, low profile boots can be purchased at an upgraded cost. The low profile boots reduce the amount of available axle angle in comparison to the standard boots, so they are not ideal for lowered or high axle angle vehicles. This includes 2010-15 Camaro and all years of Mopar platforms. If you have questions or would like to add low profile boots to your axles, please contact us for more information.
NO DRIVELINE COMPONENT IS BOMBPROOF! GForce does not put a power rating on any driveline components as there are entirely too many variables that can affect a driveline component outside of power. We take great pride in trying to build the strongest driveline components to fit within certain applications, but it is important to know that You, the end customer, are responsible for seeing to proper installation and You, as the driver, are responsible for the lifespan of your axles or other driveline components.