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370Z Dyno Results

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Hey Guys,

 

I had installed an X-Force CBE, K&N Drop-ins and Unichip earlier this year. I also had it put on the Dyno and tuned. Here are the results:

 

  • max 182kW @ 190km/hr (baseline with X-Force CBE and K&N Drop-ins)
  • max 197kW @ 190km/hr (after Unichip and tune) 

I'm not sure whether this is a decent result??? Would love some feedback.

 

Regards, Craig

 

 

 

BTW my car is a 2012 manual coupe.

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pretty decent, my 03 350 pulled 188kw with full bolt ons so seems right

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I thought a stock 370 would put out 245KW or are the specs misleading?

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Its 245kw @ the engine or flywheel. Depending on the cars drive train but as the Z is RWD by the time it reaches the rear wheels approx. 20% give or take of power is lost.

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for reference, i havent had a tune yet.

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Always shocks me when I see the dyno graph for our cars. It just never feels as quick as 200kws, delivery is so linear which masks the sensation of speed.

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yeah 100% agree, hopefully gtting my car tuned sometime next week so i will posted results then!!

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Thanks for the feedback guys.

 

I wonder what the max power can be achieved from a naturally aspirated Z and what mods would be required to get it there?

 

 

I dug up the dyno results from my original post. It appears that my car might be a little down on kws in comparison. 

 


 

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I dug up the dyno results from my original post. It appears that my car might be a little down on kws in comparison. 

 

 

 

But your torque is higher across the board, I know what i'd prefer

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i have my car booked in at tunehouse on the 11th of dec for ecutek tuning. i will post the results!!

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X-force CBE, K&N drop-ins, Berk HFC and UpRev tune.

Hope this sheds some light?

Mark from MRC DYNO services and performance is really helpful btw!

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Recently installed berk HFC's and got a re-tune.

Now ... 211kw and 4,700N

Was ... 197kw and 4,000N

Not a bad result on paper and even better on the road. A highly recomended mod!

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got my car tune now making 234kw

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impressive! ^

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How did u find the ecutek reldas? No issues?

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Stillen G3 CAI, Stillen headers, Stillen hi flow cats, custom cat back exhaust, up rev tune.  :roadrage:

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hey guys anyone with a dyno result from doing an invidia catback (with or without berk HFC's). Similarly anyone with a result from Fast Intentions catback (with or without FI HFC's)

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Invidia catback with Berf HFC's and an UPREV tune on my 350z got 202rwkw so I would assume a 370z would get slightly higher than that with the same mods.

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