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I have a 2015 370Z that has just been fitted with an aftermarket high flow cat-back exhaust sytem and cold air induction system (pods). Do these mods require the car car to be "tuned" or is the factory tune OK?

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A good tuner will be able to eek a few more kws out

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I have a 2015 370Z that has just been fitted with an aftermarket high flow cat-back exhaust sytem and cold air induction system (pods). Do these mods require the car car to be "tuned" or is the factory tune OK?

It will benefit from a tune, but not mandatory. The CAI is what benefits most from a tune.

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