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Ben contacted us late last year hoping to add a little more power to his full bolt-on Nissan 370Z which was already equipped with the complete Motordyne engineering product line;

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Old 01-05-2018, 06:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ben contacted us late last year hoping to add a little more power to his full bolt-on Nissan 370Z which was already equipped with the complete Motordyne engineering product line; the time was right for forced induction to be introduced. We have had great success modifying the Stillen supercharger kit to achieve over 500 wheel horsepower in the past, however this was not going to be enough as we were shooting for record numbers with this build on the stock motor. Ben sent in his supercharger to receive the full treatment from 928 Motorsports and purchased the Topgunz Air-to-Air intercooler kit, and we upgraded the fuel system to support Ethanol and turned to Ignite Racing for E90.





Providing enough fuel with any forced induction build is critical when it comes to making power as we confirmed during this build. We contacted Charles from CJ Motorsports for a fuel return system and paired it with a set of Injector Dynamics 1300CC injectors. Along with the fuel components we installed our ported lower intake manifold, Z1 subframe collar bushings, our billet differential cover with the Whiteline differential bushings, and a custom Ecutek speed density tune.



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This CJM twin pump / return system combo is kick a**
Impressive results! Car needs some tire now.
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I see they didn't use that little, restrictive air filter that comes with TopGunz kit and instead used an open grill type one which is not practical for normal use. They wouldn't get near that horsepower with the kits original filter and I'm surprised no one has mentioned this "elephant in the room" difference when doing these dyno numbers. That filter difference is really significant!
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I see they didn't use that little, restrictive air filter that comes with TopGunz kit and instead used an open grill type one which is not practical for normal use. They wouldn't get near that horsepower with the kits original filter and I'm surprised no one has mentioned this "elephant in the room" difference when doing these dyno numbers. That filter difference is really significant!
Removing the filter will make a difference, we were unable to make the filter work on this car which is why we went with the turboguard
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Yes, the filter will rob you of some power. But with how this build is laid out he would still make around 13psi with it on which would put him around 600whp. Still much more than most forced induction Z cars on the road. Especially simple supercharged setups.
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