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Greddy 370Z turbo kit

GReddy releases 370Z Tuner Turbo Kit!

Easily add an extra +175HP! to a 370Z with the GReddy Intercooled-Twin Turbo TD06SH-20G Tuner Turbo Kit
 
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Introducing the latest addition to GReddy’s line of “Tuner Turbo Kits,” the 370Z Twin-Turbo system boasts an impressive 175 horsepower increase at a mere 6.4psi of boost. Tuner Turbo Kits come standard with high quality components: twin TD06SH-20G turbocharger, heavy duty cast turbo manifolds, Type T external wastegates, Airinx intake system, x-large Type-29 R-Spec intercooler, smooth flowing aluminum piping, and a large capacity cast aluminum oil pan. 

Greddy Nissan 370Z Turbo kit

Paired with the optional tuning kit utilizing e-Manage Ultimate, plug-n-play harness, fuel system upgrade, and true dual 70mm Turbo Ti-C exhaust system, it is a fearsome street machine harnessing 452 wheel horsepower and 344lb-ft of torque. With additional engine work and tuning, this tuner kit has the potential of making 850 plus horsepower just as we were able to achieve on the GReddy Twin Turbo 350Z HR.

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rsmotors
rsmotorslink
Sunday, March 14, 2010 5:47 AM
Drools I wish I had a 370z to put this kit into!
mikemiessler
mikemiesslerlink
Sunday, March 14, 2010 7:01 PM
why dont I have a 370 or G37S>!?!?!?!?!
Street Surgeon
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Monday, March 15, 2010 5:53 AM
That kit looks really nice, I love the 370Z as is, but this would really take it to the next level. I wonder what the drivetrain will think of this :)
Steve
Stevelink
Tuesday, March 16, 2010 6:21 PM
Nom nom nom...wow do they make nice product! Drivetrain, if anything like the normal 370Z/350Z's, gonna need more clutch, new FW, preferably a replacement rear Diff, cooler for it, the trans would be the ? in my mind...but that's within your control not to beat on it. NICE!
Steve
Stevelink
Tuesday, March 16, 2010 6:26 PM
@mikemiessler
2 very different questions. I owned a 350Z, now a G Coupe ('04) and I didn't bite on the G37S for weight reasons. It's just too heavy for my tastes even with the extra power over the 3.5 motors. I'd want another 30 whp and probably have to ditch the OEM dampers/springs setup. Also not a car for even occasional track use if you're 5'10" or taller, and have a sunroof - helmet clearance is terrible, unless you ghetto the seats.

It's going the wrong direction there, where the 370Z went the right direction. My portly G is just over 3400 lbs, 3700 is just too much. Look at an STi and compare the weight. Now the Z, if I didn't need my back seat for young 'uns, I'd be all over that! Sport package, coolers, and keep it simple, it weighs not much more or the same as my Base 350Z did.
pcruz
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Thursday, March 18, 2010 9:39 AM
What im thinking is, if the new 370Z engine is haveing a dificult time with oil degradation, because its complex valvtrain mechanism, as noted in some articles posted here on motoiq....... whats to be expected with a twin turbo set up? Even with an extra couple of quarts in this oilpan.
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