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Old 10-10-2008, 02:47 AM   #1
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was picking up a check from one of my clients this afternoon and while i was talking to owner they did a dyno run of my 350z. specs on car:

base model 2007 nissan 350z
diy dual intake consisting of ebay cone filters and heat shields
megan racing 3" y-pipe
ebay 2.5" exhaust
nismo 1.5-way diff
tokico d-spec shocks/struts
espelir springs

i was hoping for 240ish but it came out to be 260.26whp and 223.92tqe! torque curve is FLAT!

oh yeah... car is setup for butt sex and i did a good hour and a half session not too long ago so video of that are coming soon!

will upload scans of dyno sheets in a bit
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these damn new z's are a shitload better than the older ones.
congrats on the numbers man
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i was very very surprised to see the torque curve. i mean, @ 2500rpm i have 215tqe and it wobbles between 215 and 225 all the way to about 6200rpm and then dropps off linearly until it hits 190tqe @ 7000-7200rpm where my redline is.

damn, i HAVE to scan that ****!
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there!
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Old 10-10-2008, 09:04 AM   #5
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and here I thought you'd be complaining about 260/223.
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I miss my Z so much....loved that damn car.
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Is that thing rich or what?
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yeah... 14mpg on street with NORMAL driving... 7.5mpg on canyons
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Yeah is there a reason why it's so damn rich? Does this thing double as a mosquito killing machine?
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If it doesn't kill mosquitoes, it sure will kill people with black lung disease. Nice dyno though.
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i have no idea why its so rich.. plus reading was from one of the pipes AFTER cat...
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Needs moar fuel kontrole...
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waiting for my client to cash out and get a tuning software for my car...
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by the way, ill be tuning my miata there when my engine is done. they are getting new awd dyno next week.
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Those numbers are better than i expected. Subscribed for vids of said buttsex.
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Is that thing rich or what?
dont forget he lives in cali, the place where we use goat/camel/horse **** for gas. all cali cars are SUPER DUPER rich, run barely any timing, and are generaly dumbed down from the cars you 93oct folks get to drive.

though at some points in that graph, it dips all the way to 9 it looks like, and even for cali thats pig rich.

Id suggest going to about 11.5, gaining a lil bit of power and better mpg
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once i can afford that $5k haltech that is the only GOOD engine management available for this car at the moment, ill make sure to tune it. before that i have to enjoy what i have :|
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Any noticeable gains from the bolt-ons?
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what do you think? of course! why else would i be so happy about flat torque curve and 260whp?!
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