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Nissan 350Z/Infinity G35 Supercharger System Installation Instructions

March 3rd, 2011 · No Comments

Take note of the following before proceeding:
1. Proper installation of this supercharger kit requires general automotive mechanic knowledge and experience. Please browse through each step of this instruction manual prior to beginning the installatlion to determine if you should refer the

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How much gas does a Nissan 350z use averagely?

December 23rd, 2010 · No Comments

A 350z used 2004. do these cars waste alot of gas? how much gas will i have to put into it averagely? i work mon thru friday full time and it takes about 20 min to get to my job. i live in santa ana ca. how many gallons can it hold? any other info [...]

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How to put twin turbo in Nissan 350Z?

December 22nd, 2010 · No Comments

Responders: I would suggest that unless you’re willing to void your warranty, do NOT do this.
For the question, HKS & GREDDY would be your best bet. These companies are used by the best tuner shops in Japan (i.e. TopSecret, Ings+1). Depends on the boost “stage” you’re purchasing, you’re looking at 150-200rwhp additional on stock motor. [...]

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How to make 2004 Nissan 350z faster without adding a twin turbo kit or supercharger kit?

December 22nd, 2010 · No Comments

Anything to make it faster without twin turbo or supercharger. Something efficient that could boost my cars 287 HP to at least 305 HP or more.
Ans: Faster or quicker? How often are you red lining your car at 140 mph verses beating someone off the line from a dead stop? that’s the question… if you [...]

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AAM Spec Intake for Nissan 350Z/G35 Rev & Non-Rev Style Motors

December 19th, 2010 · No Comments

The following pages will offer information to use as a guide for proper installation of this unit. It is normal to have to make some minor adjustments to the AAM Heat Shield and AAM Intake bracing for proper fitment and intake geometry. If you don’t feel competent in performing the following operations, please seek the [...]

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Mishimoto 03-06 Nissan 350Z Oil Cooler Install Guide

December 17th, 2010 · No Comments

REMOVAL INSTRUCTIONS
Please note: Oil cooler kits should only be installed by a highly trained professional mechanic. Serious engine damage can occur from improper installation of an oil cooler. Average installation time is approximately 3 hours.
1. Jack up the front of the vehicle and support securely on jack stands or lift. Locate the 6 push pin [...]

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The Story of One Fanatic’s Factory Scarab Z

October 29th, 2010 · No Comments

With the calendar turning over to a new year, we are faced with a changed world and a lot to look forward to in 2002.
First off, of course, is the introduction of the Nissan 350Z. By all accounts in the media the 350Z sounds like a worthy successor to the “Z” heritage. Magazine reviews praise [...]

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Nissan 350Z POP-Charger Installation instructions

October 27th, 2010 · No Comments

1.Remove the stock air box and the MAF sensor as an assembly. Using a 10MM socket wrench, remove the single mounting bolt and loosen the hose clamp around the MAF sensor. On the air inlet snorkel, remove the plastic retainer rivet and pull the snorkel away from the air box. Pull up on the air [...]

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2003 Nissan 350Z and Infiniti G35 Rear Big Brake Upgrade Installation Instructions

October 27th, 2010 · No Comments

The installation of the StopTech 350Z Rear Brake Upgrade requires extensive trimming of the splash guard/dust shield and filing or grinding of one of the caliper mounting lugs. The use of a powered cutoff wheel is likely necessary to trim the splash guard.
Only a qualified and experienced technician should perform this part pow injury of [...]

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2003-04 Nissan 350Z Dyno-Proven Cold Air Intake System

October 26th, 2010 · No Comments

The installation of this cold air intake does require mechanical skills. Removal of the front bumper requires loosening and removing several plastic plugs and screws that may be difficult. It is recommended that this system be installed by a professional mechanic. Be sure to disconnect the negative terminal before proceeding.
- Remove the plastic intake manifold [...]

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