Nissan/350Z People - Question?

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  1. Maffy29

    Maffy29 Active Member

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    A friend of mine traded in his 2004 350Z. He took off a bunch of mods and is selling those seperately. He has the supercharger kit still. He said he'd sell it to me cheap. I have a 2003 Maxima 6 speed. I'm pretty sure its a very similar engine in both cars. Will this supercharger work on my car?
     
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    You want the torque steer that comes with all the power you'd probably be getting?
     
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    yeah it will work, but wheel spin and torque steer up the ass, for 1st and 2nd gear...

    just get a G or something
     
  4. Drifter87

    Drifter87 Yippi-kay-ay, Motherfucker

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    Nissan uses the same engines in all their cars. They are just tuned differently.

    The 350z and Maxima use the same 3.5L V6, its just the 350z engine is tuned to put more power down.
     
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    A G35? I can't afford that.

    How much power would I be lookin at?
     
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    I doubt it will work... 350z engine=North/south Maxima=East/west position
     
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    ^^ finally..

    The maxima has a transverse mounted FWD VQ35. The 350z is longitudinal. The "kit" will not work with a transverse mounted engine. The S/C itself would work just fine but you would have to fabricate the 'kit' itself (mounting bracket, piping, etc.) separately which is very expensive...
     
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    Blower would work, but plumbing and hoses won't.
     

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