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This is my plan, will it get me to 350 HP?

The only tune u need from your dealership is oil and differential coolers. That will be money well spent imho. AEM is coming out with a intake to compete against

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Old 09-16-2009, 06:30 PM   #31 (permalink)
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The only tune u need from your dealership is oil and differential coolers.
That will be money well spent imho.
AEM is coming out with a intake to compete against the stillen.
AEM makes great intakes and will probably will undercut the srillen by 100 bucks.
After reading many reviews, fast intentions is doin it up with there exhaust.
You can still have your dealer do the install.
One exhaust that has also caught my eye is AAM 2.5 true dual exhaust.
Greddy also has an exhaust with steel and titanium parts making it lighter than the comp.
8100 rpm technosquare tune is probably superior to the nismo.

The nismo tune really isn't anything and that 18hp nismo is providing has done nothing to boost performance as of yet. So listen to some of the guys on here. I'm just going by things I've learned from many on here. I had a g35 with a full set of stillen lungs but I'm changin up when I get my Z and try some new products.
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Modshack, great advice and that is what I'm going to do. I'll let you southern boys work out all the kinks with the various mods while I'm snowed in up here. Grew up in the Jacksonville area which isn't to far from you, my father was a career Marine. Thanks for everyone's help!
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There is a flipside to all this... it is only september. Worst case scenario. U will hav an idea of what u want by nov. I think winter is a perfect time to mod the car. Then u can test it on fair days at the track. That's a great time to test... with cold air at the track. I kno u don't want to drive ur car too much in the winter. But unless u live in the arctic? It won't kill u 2 take your car on 3 or 4 track runs.
That way wen spring comes. Ur all set. Ur modded. Ur rollin n chillin.
Not rushing to get ur car done by july or august of next year so u can only enjoy it for 2 months...
That's just my 2 cents.
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If you can't feel 18whp you need to get your butt dyno re-calibrated! It's not a huge difference, but it's noticeable.
I think he's talking about flywheel HP not wheel since he's comparing to the 350 hp stock Nismo.

On a separate note, is the Nismo exhaust on the Nismo Z the same as the one sold for the regular 370Z? I remember the Nismo 350 with the CBE is different than the Nismo exhaust sold for the regular 350Z. When I asked the parts guy, he told me he didn't know.
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I think he's talking about flywheel HP not wheel since he's comparing to the 350 hp stock Nismo.

On a separate note, is the Nismo exhaust on the Nismo Z the same as the one sold for the regular 370Z? I remember the Nismo 350 with the CBE is different than the Nismo exhaust sold for the regular 350Z. When I asked the parts guy, he told me he didn't know.
Yes, the Nismo 370z has a different exhaust than the standard 370z.
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Yes, the Nismo 370z has a different exhaust than the standard 370z.
My question isn't whether the nismo Z has a different exhaust than the standard Z. I was asking whether the Nismo Z exhaust is different than the Nismo exhaust aftermarket add on for the standard Z. I'm wondering because the parts guy told me they were different for the 350 and that he wasn't sure about the 370.
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I'm under the impression that the Nismo exhaust would come from Nissan and if that the case should be the same as the Nismo factory installed exhaust.
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