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This thread will be dedicated to all aftermarket exhausts available for the new Z34. I will be trying to focus on products that either have not been introduced to the

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Old 01-22-2009, 06:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This thread will be dedicated to all aftermarket exhausts available for the new Z34. I will be trying to focus on products that either have not been introduced to the community yet; or at least shed a little light on products that have not received a lot of exposure here at the370Z.com.

The first exhaust that I would like to focus on is from a company called MCR. This is an amazing exhaust that deserves to be the first product posted on this thread. Many enthusiasts, especially Nissan owners, have at least heard of MCR.

MCR is a relatively small company that has won a few awards in the past; one example is during Touge runs on Best Motoring International DVDs with their famous R34, and they are always looking to push the envelope in order to see what can and what cannot be done.

For this particular exhaust, MCR sourced the services of Nippon Steel; Nippon Steel is the company that fabricates the exhausts for Amuse/Ericsson, Tracy Sports, and a few other reputable companies.

The Front pipe portion is fabricated from SUS304 stainless steel; the rear section is full titanium. This exhaust saves 13.4kg (29.54 lbs.) in weight. Obviously an exhaust of this quality will be providing significant power gains, how much exactly I am not sure at the moment. The exhaust is fabricated with the main piping diameter being 60mm then flowing into two 115mm tips (double tube finishing).

As I mentioned earlier, this exhaust by MCR and all of the Amuse exhausts are fabricated by Nippon Steel. Of course each has their own unique sense of purpose and functionality but they are all quite similar. The reality is that we try to keep our inventory as versatile as possible and one of the most effective ways to do so is to feed off of the opinions of the members of communities such as the370Z. Please let me know what you think.

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Here is another exhaust fabricated at Nippon Steel.

I have seen this exhaust scattered throughout the forum boards, but I would just like to shed a little bit more light on this unique product.

This exhaust is designed by a pioneer called Powerhouse Amuse. Powerhouse Amuse was one of the first aftermarket car companies to source the services of Nippon Steel. Amuse is an extremely versatile company that tunes wonders with many different cars, ranging from S2000's, to 350Zs, to the new R35 GT-R. To this day Amuse is still standing strong as one of the leading tuners in the industry.

With weight savings being among the best that you will see, power gains being extremely significant when compared to other exhausts; this is top notch. When customers purchase an exhaust from Amuse, they are offered different options to modify the appearance of the exhaust via gradation finishes in order to express their personal tastes.

Here are a few pictures including dyno read outs. Please let me know what you think:









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It's damn sexy. And light. But, WILL IT MAKE POWER? And will it be reasonable to drive with every day?
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It's damn sexy. And light. But, WILL IT MAKE POWER? And will it be reasonable to drive with every day?
Having been fabricated from Nippon Steel, it is a definite that this exhaust will make significant power. This same exhaust design for the Z33 had a decibel rating of 92; knowing this, I would imagine that this exhaust will be daily drivable as well.
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That is one sexy exhaust!
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This thread will be dedicated to all aftermarket exhausts available for the new Z34. If there is a particular product that I believe has a significant WOW factor, then I will be dedicating a whole new thread to that product as well. I will be trying to focus on products that either have not been introduced to the community yet; or at least shed a little light on products that have not received a lot of exposure here at the370Z.com.

The first exhaust that I would like to focus on is from a company called MCR. This is an amazing exhaust that deserves to be the first product posted on this thread. Many enthusiasts, especially Nissan owners, have at least heard of MCR.

MCR is a relatively small company that has won a few awards in the past; one example is during Touge runs on Best Motoring International DVDs with their famous R34, and they are always looking to push the envelope in order to see what can and what cannot be done.

For this particular exhaust, MCR sourced the services of Nippon Steel; Nippon Steel is the company that fabricates the exhausts for Amuse/Ericsson, Tracy Sports, and a few other reputable companies.

The Front pipe portion is fabricated from SUS304 stainless steel; the rear section is full titanium. This exhaust saves 13.4kg (29.54 lbs.) in weight. Obviously an exhaust of this quality will be providing significant power gains, how much exactly I am not sure at the moment. The exhaust is fabricated with the main piping diameter being 60mm then flowing into two 115mm tips (double tube finishing).

I hope you enjoy.

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Please post up the comparitive dynos between the OEM and this system as soon as you are able.

Thanks!
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Please post up the comparitive dynos between the OEM and this system as soon as you are able.

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To my knowledge, MCR hasn't released dyno charts at this point in time. This exhaust has been announced but hasn't been made available to the public yet.

Once pricing has been determined, I believe they will release all information about this exhaust; once that happens I will definitely be updating the enthusiasts of this community.

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Here is an exhaust by Sunline Racing.

Sunline Racing is a company that has a lot enthusiasm for many different makes and models and really excels in the Nissan market. Fusing functionality with aesthetics, Sunline Racing is able to fabricate products that appeal to a wide array of different tuners.

This exhaust is a full titanium exhaust that uses shorter canisters in order to produce a louder decibel rating. The main piping has a 60mm diameter with two 120mm tips.

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soooo... where can i buy it..?
im eager to put some new things on her now that ive gotten over the break-in period.
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im eager to put some new things on her now that ive gotten over the break-in period.
Please call our main office at 213.745.6954 at your earliest convenience and speak with one of our sales representatives. If you are curious about pricing please visit our new 370Z only website 370ZTune.

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Today I would like to talk about the Zele titanium quad tip exhaust Type 1. This exhaust has a very innovative design as well as wonderful quality; which coming from Zele, why would you expect anything less?

Zele is a company that is well known for their distinct methods of tuning. Zele started as a company who purchased vehicles modified and tuned them to what they believed was best, and then sold them to the public as a whole car.

After many years of pushing the limits of tuning, Zele decided to broaden their horizons to new areas of the industry. Most enthusiasts know of Zele through their incredible breakthroughs and distinct products for the R35 GTR and the new 370Z. Just by looking at the current products that Zele has offered to the public, you can tell that their classy style is one that will outlast the trends.

This exhaust is a perfect example of Zele form and functionality. This rear section exhaust is full titanium with a gradation finish that you will only find in Japan. This intricate quad tip design is meant to increase the flow and distribute air evenly while giving it a more exotic look for aesthetics. As you can see the canisters are relatively small in size which means that the sound will be noticeable from a distance. These canisters, when fused with the quad tip design and thicker titanium walls, grants an overall tone that is deep and beefy, and still allows lower decibel ratings for daily driving.

In the end, a well designed exhaust that improves the car in all aspects: weight reduction, performance, and aesthetics.



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That looks real nice! Will this fit with the OEM rear bumper as I've only seen this exhaust matched with the Zele kit so far?
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That looks real nice! Will this fit with the OEM rear bumper as I've only seen this exhaust matched with the Zele kit so far?
I cannot say with 100% accuracy, but from what information I have gathered the exhaust should have minimal fitment issues (if any) when mounted with the OEM rear bumper.

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