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Old 06-20-2018, 01:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Guys,

Right now we are running a group buy for all 370Z forum members.

This is a chance to save 40.00-50.00 on the new V2 Air Guide Kit.

A dyno proven 7WHP/8LBFT TQ on long tube intake kits.



Normally 220.00 plus shipping. From now until Saturday 6/23, 190.00usd
shipped to the lower 48

This kit comes complete with all necessary hardware and installs in less than 2 hours.

The Dewla Dezign Air Guide addresses the issue of air not effectively flowing into the cavity of the front fascia where the air filters reside.
After nearly a year of R&D and prototype working, we have developed the variants required to facilitate fitment on all variations of the 370Z.


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-high Torque and HP
Made of High Grade Lightweight Aluminum
Works with Z1 and CZP vertical 34 row and down oil coolers
Works with Aftermarket Radiators
Standard 3 Year Warranty
CNC Cut and Fabricated for Perfect Fitment





Enter in promo code: THE370Z for your discount at checkout!

https://www.dewladezign.com/product-...370z-air-guide
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Does this properly fit 09-11 nismos?
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Does this properly fit 09-11 nismos?
nizzan4u2nv,

We are currently working on getting one in to check fitment on the Nismo class.
The crash bars are a different part number per Nissan, so whether or not it is an actual detrimental physical change is an unknown at this point.

We will know for sure within the next two weeks, regardless; inevitably there will be one produced for the Nismo class if the V2 does not fit accordingly.

If you would like, I can keep you updated on this thread and if you are interested in purchasing one at a discount price now, I will gladly refund you in the case that it does not fit.

In the event that it does not fit properly we can either, simply refund the funds or you can wait until the revision is produced and we could ship it out at that point.

If you have anymore questions, feel free to post on here or email/call directly.

Thanks Guys.
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good work! glad to see it show gains on the dyno.

wheres the mounting points? under the rad support and under the tow hook spot?

or am i mistaken and those little white spots behind the grill are the mounting extras?

just curious.
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good work! glad to see it show gains on the dyno.

wheres the mounting points? under the rad support and under the tow hook spot?

or am i mistaken and those little white spots behind the grill are the mounting extras?

just curious.
Thanks FPenvy,

There are 4 mounting points and the guide itself has two points of contact on the crash bar to serve as a brace.

The top two are in the upper core support (Rad Mount) and the bottom two are comprised of the two 6061 cylindrical spacers that we custom make here to fit. That is what you see in this photo. They reside in the crash bar



All the kits come with a perfectly sized drill bit for the tap bolts that we also provide.

Does that make sense?
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Got mine on ordered with Joe last week. Hopefully it gets here by the weekend so I could get it installed!
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Got mine on ordered with Joe last week. Hopefully it gets here by the weekend so I could get it installed!
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Looks like yours will arrive on Friday! It is a long haul from here to California lol.
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Thank you for the orders guys!

I am going to bump the sale until tomorrow night!
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Got mine and installation instructions were great! A bit of a pain to install BUT that was only due to the first shop who touched my car running the oil cooler lines a really dumb way. Still was able to finagle it in there and it sits just fine now. Thanks Joe! Can't wait to dyno it.
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Roger that!

Yes, some setups can be a bit tedious.

Just keep in mind everyone. If you are going to dyno that you need to make sure you have adequate airflow. Ambient temperature/speed density will also play a role. You're going to want to be scientific about it and let it cool down in between runs, by a few passes, the car can be heat soaked rather quickly. The Z1 fan is huge and represents 75mph winds. The airflow must be close to the fascia to represent constant velocity. I personally went and tested the guide in a shop that only had a built in fan representative of 40-45 mph and was about 13 ft away. We gained 1whp.

I also had a customer write me today and said he tested his at 45mph and showed a zero gain. I am not certain of all the particulars, but there are so many factors involved in a part that is heavily dependent upon air speed and ambient temps. So at this point in time it is looking like we are only seeing major power benefits at higher speed levels.

The one conclusive point is that every single customer that has purchased one has said this "my car just runs better and my throttle response has improved" or "butt dyno says it is working"

So if you are going to test it, I would call Z1 and ask Jon exactly how he performed his test and then find a dyno that can support that air speed in close proximity. We can't expect the same results with different approaches to testing, it just adds more variables to an already heavily varying part.

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