350z top horsepower gains

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Asked by Sep 10, 2008 at 12:52 PM about the 2003 Nissan 350Z Touring

Question type: Car Customization

What Is The Top Horsepower At The Wheels The Nissan 350z can put down?

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Is it stock? If so, around 245 WHP, assuming about 15% loss from about 287 BHP. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nissan_350z http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brake_horsepower#Effective_horsepower_.2F_true_horsepower_.2F_wheel_horsepower

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Nope I mean after making it fully TT'd and just done to the tits...keeping it street legal of course.

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How long is a piece of string? You find a massive turbo, and all the supporting hardware (intercoolers, injectors, radiators, oil coolers etc). I think Top Secret in Japan have raised about 700hp out of there 350z though.

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is this going to be daily or a track whore?

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Daily For Sure...see i was hoping around the 900-1000 rwhp mark...

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lol. as a daily? lol. Good one. The lag would be massive. It would make it not even worth driving. Absolutely pointless.

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are you serious are you just numb in the head? you couldnt have that as a daily driver like he said below the lag would be insane. even if you didnt go about 6 grand it still would be a bitch to drive. thats impossible to drive that on the road you would be around a light post in no time. You probably dont have that kinda dinero to put on that it probably cost you a good 25-30k you reach that level of horsepower especially with that car.

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that kind of power is easily a daily. i'm not gonna BS yall and say i have one, but one of my best friends has a 1200 hp supra as his daily. my 350z is puttin about 375 to the wheels and its about all i want out of it. any more and you need to a crazy good driver.

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I've got to call bullshit. That would be a worthless without pictures claim mate. Scan your dyno score and post 'em and then same with your friends, or shut the hell up.

well 1680hp and 1000ftlbs at the crank isn't unheard of for that engine, being street legal. the only problem is the fuel. you probably wanna know how much hp you can get only using premium pump gas. which i'd guess you might be able to get around 1100 or 1200hp. but you're looking at $60,000 in mods.

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I don't know anybody with more than close to 500 at the crank as a daily. Even then, he doesn't drive it as often and chooses to drive a regular car instead.

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my friend and I just built a 700+ hp, z that he drives on the street. Its getting dynoed tomorrow, I'll update.

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Check out Injected Performance in Lexington, Ky. I'm pretty sure at one time they had or still have the fastest Z around. I think there are some videos on youtube also of dyno pulls and passes from the dragstrip.

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