Teh new hottness delivered *pic*

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by Spec2nr, Mar 3, 2005.

  1. Spec2nr

    Spec2nr New Member

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    The UPS man delivered my Nismo header for my 04 Spec V :cool: Nismo claims 16hp and 11lbs. of torque increase at the wheels :x: waiting till spring break to install, just thought i would share my joy.

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  2. spiko

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    :bowdown: beautifully crafted. It's going to help so much w/ the intake/exhaut setup you have. nismo>*. Let me know if you need help putting it in, I could hold your tools or something:hsugh:
     
  3. Spyder1gdsm

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    Looks like a quality piece right there. Enjoy the extra power :)
     
  4. aznh2oman

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    pretty skinny
     
  5. Spec2nr

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    - Equal length tubing
    - 100% T-304 stainless steel construction
    - 1.625" primary tube diameter
    - 2.5" collector
    - Heavy-duty 3/8" flange
     
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    wont get 16hp outta those
     
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    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  8. Spec2nr

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    ya thats what they claim, like all other manufacturers of any aftermarket car part... for my car a header is dyno proven to have the best gains for the $$$ most people have seen gains in the 10-13 whp.
     
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    Have you swapped the motor to the new motors for the V? Are you having any problems with the current motor? What about the tranny?
     
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    looks nice... good luck.
     
  11. Spec2nr

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    new motor? i guess your talking about the qr25de 2.5L? this motor has been available in the SE-R's and Spec V's since the 2002 model year. no probs with it yet :bigthumb: i hope never :x:. tranny is 6 spd manual, its decent. with the install of motor mount inserts and short shifter has deffently made a noticeable improvement reguarding shift smoothness and engagement.
     
  12. Spec2nr

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    lol, sux that you dont see too big of gains from mods with qr25de motor. what do you expect, its a truck motor :o although the with a 2700lb car, the power/weight ratio is a +. what did your buddy have done to his spec? sux he totalled it....awsome that he now has a skyline :cool:
     
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    Um, No. Dyno your car before and after the install so you can call them and tell them they are a bunch of lying nips. :noes:
     

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