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RS-Enthalpy Tuned 370z Nismo Dyno Results

Hey, first post to this forum so I apologize in advance for any mistakes. Anyhow, I took my car over to STP Motorsports in South Florida a couple months back

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Old 03-09-2020, 12:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey, first post to this forum so I apologize in advance for any mistakes.
Anyhow, I took my car over to STP Motorsports in South Florida a couple months back after a friend of mine recommended RS-Enthalpy to me. After baselining at 316whp and 252lb-ft he uploaded the tune, made a few adjustments and was able to finish with 344whp and 281lb-ft. The performance mods include Z1 Motorsports CAI, Fast Intentions test pipes, and a Greddy RS Race single exit catback.


I have a video of my car on the dyno on my Instagram @grndctrl.jp
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Stout numbers. Martin does great work, I am tuned by him also. I knew about him from the SR20 community, so when I got into VQ, I knew I was going back with him.
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Hey, first post to this forum so I apologize in advance for any mistakes.
Anyhow, I took my car over to STP Motorsports in South Florida a couple months back after a friend of mine recommended RS-Enthalpy to me. After baselining at 316whp and 252lb-ft he uploaded the tune, made a few adjustments and was able to finish with 344whp and 281lb-ft. The performance mods include Z1 Motorsports CAI, Fast Intentions test pipes, and a Greddy RS Race single exit catback.


I have a video of my car on the dyno on my Instagram @grndctrl.jp
How are you enjoying the drive now after the tune? Hopefully it's putting a smile on your face!
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How are you enjoying the drive now after the tune? Hopefully it's putting a smile on your face!
Itís been great, even after having it for a little bit now I still get surprised by how much faster it feels from launch.
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Those are good torque numbers. Nice and flat too.
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