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Old 06-25-2012, 12:16 AM   #1
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So ive seen this 2000 z350

With exhuast I have a 98 v6 cai,bbk pulley,msd coils,accell super coil,tuner can I take him
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Old 06-25-2012, 12:43 AM   #2
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With exhuast I have a 98 v6 cai,bbk pulley,msd coils,accell super coil,tuner can I take him
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Ur still single port, the 350s put about 250 to the wheels. U maybe pushing 200 to the wheels. Maybe.
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Ur still single port, the 350s put about 250 to the wheels. U maybe pushing 200 to the wheels. Maybe.
He is not going to be anywhere near 200 rwhp on a single port with a few bolt ons.
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Your at like 150 sorry to say
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Old 06-25-2012, 01:32 AM   #5
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He is not going to be anywhere near 200 rwhp on a single port with a few bolt ons.
That's y I said maybe lol.
I cant remember the stock for single port so I was being generous
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That's y I said maybe lol.
I cant remember the stock for single port so I was being generous
Split ports wouldn't even be at 200 rwhp with those bolt ons. Lol
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Split ports wouldn't even be at 200 rwhp with those bolt ons. Lol
I could see a split port at 175-180 tho. Should've thought about that.
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Re: So ive seen this 2000 z350

160hp for split ports at the wheels lol
my cam and ported heads no special intake puts just over 200hp to the wheels 212 to be exact even then its not that fast
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160hp for split ports at the wheels lol
my cam and ported heads no special intake puts just over 200hp to the wheels 212 to be exact even then its not that fast
Maybe a ported upper and lower would make a good difference.
It would breathe better, and a car only runs as good as it breathes.
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I think its,the,v6 model
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Old 06-25-2012, 10:11 AM   #13
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Swap in the 4.2 v6 and add a turbo
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Swap in the 4.2 v6 and add a turbo
I like ur thinking!
But I would say m112
Or procharger.
I personally wanna keep my duals and not have to go back to the y pipe. And run all the piping for a turbo
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With exhuast I have a 98 v6 cai,bbk pulley,msd coils,accell super coil,tuner can I take him
Not a hope.
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Has anybody e ve r port and polished intakes the guy at a performance shop said his rate was 75 an hour and dont have any tools to do it muself
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Has anybody e ve r port and polished intakes the guy at a performance shop said his rate was 75 an hour and dont have any tools to do it muself
My dad had done some and it took him a few days. But he was an amateur and took his time. 75 seems to be a good rate? See how long it would take him ask for an estimate
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He said less than 4 hours maby 2

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And im getting an intake spacer to with upper and lower ported and polished with the spacer and tune how much horsepower should I expect
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He said less than 4 hours maby 2

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And im getting an intake spacer to with upper and lower ported and polished with the spacer and tune how much horsepower should I expect
So the upper, lower, and spacer are all gettin polished?

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And ported
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Upper ported and polished same as lower thats it I meant im getting an intake spacer to
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Upper ported and polished same as lower thats it I meant im getting an intake spacer to
Well, I know a cam, heads, upper/lower on a new edge all ported and polished and a custom ground n/a cam, can get me 90.
But that's all working in unison.
So for ported upper alone 5-8?
Paired with lower 10-15
With intake spacer 11-16 maybe 12-17
Tuned I'd say you see 25

Only cuz ur single port right?

To be honest do the split port swap wth polished and ported intakes and a cam. From the swap u will see 40hp if not more. And then the cam with all the ported things u will see almost 90 funo proven. But the kit from SSM is like 2800.
Polished and ported split port heads, intakes, and a custom cam ground to what ur looking at making in power(blower, n/a)
I'd say go that route. It's well worth the money for a single port.
You'll need a tune for sure but i don't know what else. Maybe someone can chime in
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With exhuast I have a 98 v6 cai,bbk pulley,msd coils,accell super coil,tuner can I take him
Don't waste ur gas
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I like ur thinking!
But I would say m112
Or procharger.
I personally wanna keep my duals and not have to go back to the y pipe. And run all the piping for a turbo
A turbo is the better option

Will produce more power more efficiently.

And I would put on a procharger over a m112

Since the only way to cool an m112 is to run meth.
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Well Im gonnA GET THAT single port package from that place
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Well Im gonnA GET THAT single port package from that place
Idl if they do single port
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A turbo is the better option

Will produce more power more efficiently.

And I would put on a procharger over a m112

Since the only way to cool an m112 is to run meth.
True but I like the roots style a lot
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The m112 is cheaper but does have a limit in my opinion but turbo is the way to go if you want the most power
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I like the m90 to thow single port
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I like the m90 to thow single port
Idl how much power the m90 really makes on a Single port
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It would be hard for a 99-04 to take it with all those mods.. I'm thinking it's lighter too cuz of it being foreign -_-
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Way lighter and smaller
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Re: So ive seen this 2000 z350

Are you talking about a 350Z? The first model year for them is 03...

Assuming that's the car, it's going to take a 94-98 single port a lot to even consider keeping up with one of those Z's. They are impressive cars, if I ever owned an import sports car, that'd be the one.

A single port would need the basic bolt ons plus the m90 with a pulley swap, as well as all supporting mods for the increased power, and even then the 3.8 will have a hard time since the torque curve isn't in its favor, and the 5spd is a ancient compared to that FS6R31A 6spd.

Hell, a split port with H/C/I would need a good driver and decent tires to stand a chance...and a 99-04 H/C/I car has 200-240rwhp depending on supporting mods and cam aggressiveness.
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What about 95.5.0 with pulleys flowmasters 3.73 gears and tuner could it take it

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What about 95.5.0 with pulleys flowmasters 3.73 gears and tuner could it take it

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And cai
Prolly lol

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Are you talking about a 350Z? The first model year for them is 03...

Assuming that's the car, it's going to take a 94-98 single port a lot to even consider keeping up with one of those Z's. They are impressive cars, if I ever owned an import sports car, that'd be the one.

A single port would need the basic bolt ons plus the m90 with a pulley swap, as well as all supporting mods for the increased power, and even then the 3.8 will have a hard time since the torque curve isn't in its favor, and the 5spd is a ancient compared to that FS6R31A 6spd.

Hell, a split port with H/C/I would need a good driver and decent tires to stand a chance...and a 99-04 H/C/I car has 200-240rwhp depending on supporting mods and cam aggressiveness.
+1 I'd own a 370z if I ever owned a foreign.
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