Anyone else have the 2011 SE-R?
Looking for insight as to what I can do for performance, if anything at all with it being CVT. Hit me up.
Hey Kyle, I know a lot of people who have added the K&N Air filter to pick up the power a tad. There's also Carbon Fiber hoods you may want to consider, would look good on your Silver SE-R - that's about $800.
Thanks for the response bud. Been looking into intakes for a while and can't decide between short ram or full cold-air. Living in New England with our rough wet seasons makes me lean more towards the short ram, but not sure of the difference between the two in performance. Still looking into it.
short rams are good for low rpm power and cold air for higher rpms. You can still get a cold air kit even for the wet weather areas but you'll also need to get a by-pass coupler installed on the piping so the water won't get sucked into the intake. http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/partdetails/KN/Intakes/Air_I ntakes/Typhoon_Cold/19401 Also get some extra boost in power through camshafts..http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/partdetails/Brian _Crower/Engine/Cams/Stage_2/10395 A good set of headers http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/partdetails/Weapon- R/Exhaust/Headers/Race/9938 and possibly an axle back exhaust http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/partdetails/Megan_Racing/E xhaust/Exhaust_Systems/Axle_Back/12240
Correction, all they lead to is 'page not found, error 404' :\
np...need any more info on sentras, let me know..
soory about that...didn't realize this site had issues. Just go to the main page on their, put your vehicle info in, and it will give you the selected parts for your car.
I did. Prices are higher then others but did find the tower strut I was looking for.
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