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Please Note: 2/23/18 WE HAVE A CONFIRMED 7WHP AND 6FT-LB TORQUE BY JON PARHAM AT Z1 MOTORSPORTS Our Latest Product! The Dewla Dezign 370Z AIR-GUIDE for: Stillen / Z1/ AAM

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Old 02-07-2018, 01:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2/23/18 WE HAVE A CONFIRMED 7WHP AND 6FT-LB TORQUE BY JON PARHAM AT Z1 MOTORSPORTS


Our Latest Product!



The Dewla Dezign 370Z AIR-GUIDE for:



Stillen / Z1/ AAM Long Tube Intake Systems



Dewla Dezign had become aware of an existing issue after discovering two consecutive articles revealing the same problem with the long tube intake kits. One was by Team NISMO, the other was by well known "Sport Compact Car" Editor and Chief; Mike Kojima. After Sport Compact closed, Kojima started a completely non biased online magazine: "MotoIQ". If you are not familiar with the write-ups of MotoIQ, they specialize in very detailed aspects of projects and builds, as well as, general performance part reviews.



Both teams found that while the long tube intake kits made great power with the front fascia off of the car. As soon as they reinstalled the fascia, they went from making as much as (17-23 WHP)(Nismo report) (15 WHP) (MotoIQ report) all the way down to as little as (1-3 WHP) (Nismo) and (9 whp) That's a big problem! Especially when you are paying upwards 500.00USD for an intake kit.



In the article, Mike calls out Stillen to make an air guide to support their product. That air guide never came,



So we decided to step up and design one for the Z community.



We introduce to you:



The Dewla Dezign 370Z AIR-GUIDE KIT:



• Simplistic Bolt on Design
• Ultra Durable Textured Matte Black Powder Coat Finish
• All Necessary Hardware and Step by Step Instructions
• Provides Gains on low-mid end Torque and HP
• Made of High Grade Lightweight Aluminum
• Works with Aftermarket Oil Coolers
• Standard 3 Year Warranty
• Low Profile Design
• No Cutting Holes in your Fascia

Standard 3 Year Warranty



Product will be ready for shipment this Friday- 02/09/18

You can order these at the link below.

https://www.dewladezign.com/product-...370z-air-guide
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Old 02-07-2018, 04:17 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Where is it located on the second picture of the stillen showing?
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Where is it located on the second picture of the stillen showing?
it's behind air filters.
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So I need 2 of these for $215 each? Goodness

I hope you guys have a patent I can easily fabricate one.
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Has anyone ever been dynoed with the bumper off? I've seen countless dynos showing manufacturer claimed whp increases with the bumper on. I've been to plenty of dyno days and not once has the bumper come off - and people were still making more power than stock.

Is it just me, or does this smell like inventing a problem in order to sell a solution? This company only makes shift knobs for the Z34, and suddenly they're an authority on how to make power? Hell, they didn't even include a link to this article they claim justifies the need for this product.
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Has anyone ever been dynoed with the bumper off? I've seen countless dynos showing manufacturer claimed whp increases with the bumper on. I've been to plenty of dyno days and not once has the bumper come off - and people were still making more power than stock.

Is it just me, or does this smell like inventing a problem in order to sell a solution? This company only makes shift knobs for the Z34, and suddenly they're an authority on how to make power? Hell, they didn't even include a link to this article they claim justifies the need for this product.
Yeah something doesn't seem right about this
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I mean, this will absolutely do something to feed air to the filters. I'm just very skeptical on all of their wild-*** claims of power losses without it. Even on their website you can't find a link to any of their proof of any of their claims.

Also, aren't you blocking air flow to the radiator?
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For some reason it won't let me paste the link here. I did find the motoiq article comparing bumper on and off dump runs with The whp figures mentioned
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Yeah, i tracked it down with what you posted. Still, there's hundreds of dynos on this site alone showing power gains in line with what the manufacturer quoted, and I haven't heard that people are taking their bumpers off for the dyno.
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Its must be designed by NASA or McLaren to cost that much!

More cost more power? That must be the business model.
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So I need 2 of these for $215 each? Goodness

I hope you guys have a patent I can easily fabricate one.
Yeah, those kinds of people are out there.

I am assuming you have two 370's ?

1 per car.
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I mean, this will absolutely do something to feed air to the filters. I'm just very skeptical on all of their wild-*** claims of power losses without it. Even on their website you can't find a link to any of their proof of any of their claims.

Also, aren't you blocking air flow to the radiator?
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Here is one. I never could locate the Nismo one again. I spent a few hours looking at one point several months back. Their numbers were even more dramatic.
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Lets not go off the deep end here guys.

Give the vendor a chance

I personally like the idea now will it make a BIG difference probably not. imo

Installing an air deflector to divert air specifically to the intakes should be of some benefit as others have done this like BMW for instance.

Sooo lets not totally shoot the idea out of the water as not having any benefit.




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It would be nice to see some results honestly. I'm not against the product. Pricing seems a bit optimistic, but it's something new.
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Sooo lets not totally shoot the idea out of the water as not having any benefit.
That's fine, but people should really show their work before they start throwing around claims like they did.
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