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ERZperformance 06-25-2009 04:16 AM

370z intake system on sale
 
Takeda USA Retain Air Intake 370z

Nissan 370Z 3.7L V6 09+

It's time to upgrade your vehicles intake system and improve your performance. Look no further than Takeda USA. The newest technology has been used in the creation of these intake systems. Retain is the Takeda Short Ram lineup. These intakes create simple, bolt-on horsepower that requires simple, quick installation and no bumper removal. Some of the short ram intakes include a wrinkle black heat shield.
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in stock now and ready to ship

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Takeda USA Retain Air Intake 370z

HKS Racing Suction Reloaded Air Intake Nissan 370Z 09+

70020-BN012 NISSAN 370Z 2009 ; Includes 2 Assembies / Not tested on AT model

HKS Racing Suction Reloaded Kits have been developed as the leading intake system for high performance applications. Each kit features aluminum suction pipes that have been tested for optimal air flow. Included in each kit is HKS' Reloaded filter with its patented Super-Funnel and new technical advances: - Filter cage allows for 30% more intake surface area - Aluminum back plate for added strength - Sealing ring reduces contaminants from entering engine - Dual Density wet filter element

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HKS Racing Suction Reloaded Air Intake Nissan 370Z

TBSS2008 07-17-2009 09:13 AM

I noticed that on your Website the Takeda intake for the 370z does not show a heat sheild like the pic above. Does the NISSAN 370Z - TR-3009P Takeda intake come with a heat shield?

ERZperformance 07-19-2009 09:44 PM

Yes come with Heat shield. like the picture

ERZperformance 07-19-2009 09:56 PM

sorry Intake don't come with Heat Shield.

TBSS2008 07-20-2009 11:00 AM

I did little more research and finally found an independent dyno for the Takeda Intake for a 2008 Civic Si. The members on the Honda-tech forum were wondering what I was wondering how the intake for their car can possible produce even close to 17whp claimed by Takeda. Well the independent dyno showed an increase of 12whp on a 4cyl! Not the claimed 17whp but damn if the Takeda can produce an additional 12whp on a 4cyl with a single intake then the Takeda for the 370z should be able to get at least 12whp.:tup:
Link: Takeda intake review - Honda-Tech

I know these are completely different cars but the 370z has two intakes and the dyno done on the Civic was on a really hot day. Dyno showing shop temps of 115F. So my concern about these things getting heat soaked and not producing power is not as much of a concern for me.

I went to your website to purchase the intake however there is a place to enter a coupon number. Is there a coupon number for this part? Or is the 349.00 the sale price?

ERZperformance 07-22-2009 02:00 AM

http://www.takedausa.com/media/image...san%20370Z.jpg

here are the dyno result on Takeda website on a 370z

ERZperformance 07-22-2009 02:08 AM

just sold the last one TR-3009P today, call us tomorrow if you need one

kdo2milger 07-22-2009 08:16 AM

Takeda 370Z CAI video

+18hp/+20 lbs tq! you can definately hear the sound difference though, sounds good.

hard to believe...they also had the hood open during the dyno in the video above, also hard to tell if they had a fan blowing into the engine bay...

need independent dynos!

wstar 07-22-2009 09:07 AM

Re: the graph above:

1) Those aren't horsepower on the blue numbers, it's some other scale used outside the US, like PS or whatever, I think. Maybe whoever made that graph can confirm, or we can see a pic without the edges cropped off so we can see the units, etc. Need to convert the numbers to horsepower and ft/lbs first to compare if they aren't.

and

2) The HP/Torque crossover moves up about 2,000 RPM between the before and after. I know when using the standard US units (Horsepower and Ft/lbs) the crossover should always be at 5252 RPM, which the "before" graph appears to be at...), but perhaps whatever units they are using make that work out differently. Or perhaps there's some error in generating the graph, I don't know.

kdo2milger 07-23-2009 12:41 PM

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Originally Posted by wstar (Post 121398)
Re: the graph above:

1) Those aren't horsepower on the blue numbers, it's some other scale used outside the US, like PS or whatever, I think. Maybe whoever made that graph can confirm, or we can see a pic without the edges cropped off so we can see the units, etc. Need to convert the numbers to horsepower and ft/lbs first to compare if they aren't.

and

2) The HP/Torque crossover moves up about 2,000 RPM between the before and after. I know when using the standard US units (Horsepower and Ft/lbs) the crossover should always be at 5252 RPM, which the "before" graph appears to be at...), but perhaps whatever units they are using make that work out differently. Or perhaps there's some error in generating the graph, I don't know.

heres a screen capture, it is hp rating...but I would like to see more dynos of others who have this cai...

kdo2milger 07-23-2009 12:57 PM

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pic of it installed

ERZperformance 07-24-2009 03:01 AM

The hks intake looks great.

wstar 07-24-2009 07:04 AM

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Originally Posted by kdo2milger (Post 122765)
heres a screen capture, it is hp rating...but I would like to see more dynos of others who have this cai...

If that is HP and Ft/Lbs, then the graph is seriously defective. Both crossover points should be at 5252 RPM

kdo2milger 07-24-2009 12:50 PM

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Originally Posted by wstar (Post 123581)
If that is HP and Ft/Lbs, then the graph is seriously defective. Both crossover points should be at 5252 RPM

lol agreed...

kdo2milger 07-24-2009 12:53 PM

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Originally Posted by ERZpower (Post 123520)
The hks intake looks great.

i really like the way they look too, however i would like to see more independent reviews of it...


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