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Hey all, With the following bolt ons, Intakes, Test Pipes Tune: EcuTek What sort of bhp increase could I generally see? I understand that every car is different, but some

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Hey all,

With the following bolt ons, Intakes, Test Pipes
Tune: EcuTek

What sort of bhp increase could I generally see? I understand that every car is different, but some ball park figures.

What other bolt ons could be added to make this FBO?

Thanks!
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The engine is already pretty efficient. Probably no more than +20-25 whp for those mods assuming a completely stock vehicle.
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Hey all,

With the following bolt ons, Intakes, Test Pipes
Tune: EcuTek

What sort of bhp increase could I generally see? I understand that every car is different, but some ball park figures.

What other bolt ons could be added to make this FBO?

Thanks!
A catback exhaust to go with the test pipes. Also upgraded throttle bodies & manifolds/plenums
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Hey all,

With the following bolt ons, Intakes, Test Pipes
Tune: EcuTek

What sort of bhp increase could I generally see? I understand that every car is different, but some ball park figures.

What other bolt ons could be added to make this FBO?

Thanks!
I did Z1 intakes with upgraded velocity stacks, 63mm throttle bodies, ported upper plenum, fast intentions long tube headers, and fast intentions catback exhaust. Attached are my dyno results at RT Tuning compared to a stock 370z on the same dyno. Dyno was in 4th gear, STD. Results will be lower than a 5th gear pull, and higher than an SAE pull.

If I were going any further, I'd do cams and port my lower plenum. Otherwise, I think I've done all that I can.
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I made 340whp on just z1 CAI, ARK CBE, and MD ART Pipes.
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Great numbers! What dyno did you use? 4th or 5th gear? STD or SAE correction?
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