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AAM Competition Twin Turbo 370Z

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Would like to know if anyone else has had or heard of the AAM Competition Twin Turbo system being fitted to the 370Z down here in Australia. I know their have been plenty of Stillen SC kits and the GTM/Gamma TT kits going around in Australia, but I would like to know about anyones experience with the AAM Competition kits fitment and any issues they had arise with this kit.

Or am I the first to have this kit fitted to a VQ37 in Australia?

I have a shop atm currently fitting it to my 370Z, should be ready in a few more weeks I think. Please look at my build list:

AAM Competition TT RHD system
AAM Competition R-Line (oil-to-water) cooling system
AAM Competition 4 Bar MAP sensor
Fast Intentions 3" TT TDX Cat Back Exhaust System
Fast Intentions Billet Aluminium Flex Plate 7AT
OEM GTR Spark Plugs
CJM S1.E Fuel System
ID 1050x
DW Fuel Pump relay wiring kit
Aeromotive Stealth 340 lph Fuel pump
PWR transmission Cooler
Upgraded TQ Converter
Quaife ATB LSD
Whiteline Diff bushing kit
Z1 Urethane Motor Mounts
Z1 Urethane Transmission Mounts
Z1 Subframe Bushing Collar
Z1 Premium SS Brake Line kit
Eibach Sway Bar kit

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Hi,  if the install is complete,  can you let me know what Max boost is safe on your stock internals,  and what does your dyno  test achieve in HP/KW at the wheels at that psi,  and the torque Max.?  I am considering the AAM myself.   Thanks. 

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There was a shop in Victoria, Cougar Motorsports or something like that doing the kit supplied and fitted for just over 14k at the time, not sure if anybody has been to them but I saved it because it sounded cheap considering the cost of just the kit on AAM's website.

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Hey fellaz, forgot about this thread.

 

My install is complete finally!

Lets just say this is not a real RHD kit. I am pretty dissapointed in AAM claiming it is RHD.

 

Don't get me wrong the quality of the kit is excellent, but the amount of modifications/fab work it needed to fit our RHD car was insane! My install bill was huge because of it! Same with the other 2 AAM RHD kits i know of that was installed around Australia and UK.

 

Save yourself the cash, and buy a RevZone TT kit for 16K installed and tuned. The amount I spent to get the AAM kit fitted is enough to build a forged engine! I kind of lost respect for AAM now for telling us it is a RHD kit. 😠

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AAM is now off my list, that is very bad. Thanks for the feedback. 😎

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