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Hey guys very new to the z club and have owned my 2009 370z for 8 months now, she's feeling abit luggish to me so looking for abit more power, it's got a full exhaust system, I've just ordered a cold air intake.

Any other suggestions on mods? I don't want to do the supercharge/turbo at the moment, but will do it on about a years time.

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Wait until you decide on your FI route. Some mods aren't compatible and you don't want to buy stuff now that you'll need to bin in a year's time.

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What Scathing says. Do lots of research wait and make real plan.  Go to Eastern Creek or Wakefield and do some track days.

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When you go FI your intake won't fit anymore.

Your headers won't work if you go turbo, and depending on how much boost you run in your supercharger they may not flow enough for that either.

I'd just save the money and put it towards whatever power train you settle on. Even if you flog it off second hand you'll only get a fraction of what you spent on it.

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As Scathing said and look at UpRev tuning software.

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Stillen supercharge kit/revzone twin turbo kit.

 

if you are 100% convinced on getting either, do not buy any other N/A mods for your car, it's a waste of money and you'll basically be throwing them away, you will get almost nothing for them 2nd hand.

 

if you think you may stay N/A on top of what you have now (you say full exhaust so I'm assuming the cats have been done), if not  HFC's/intakes/jun exhaust cams/high compression pistons/Uprev tune.

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