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3.7L 2014 QX70 Intake Options - VQ

Discussion in 'QX70 Engine & Drivetrain' started by TN-QX70, Nov 14, 2017 at 9:55 AM.

  1. TN-QX70

    TN-QX70 Member

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    Travis
    Has anyone tried to fit a JWT (P3709-DUAL0) Dual pop-charger system on a 2014 QX70 with the VQ engine? JWT hasn't has one into their shop and would rather use a tested system than try to patchwork something together and upset the MAF, etc. Also curious is anyone has used the Stillen/K&N kits made for the Q50 on a QX70. Thanks all for any help/guidance.
     

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  2. illestFX35

    illestFX35 Member

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    2010 FX35 RWD
    Stillen gen 3 for g37. And cut holes in radiator support. Honestly I think Its pointless to get intakes that suck in hot air...


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    TN-QX70

    TN-QX70 Member

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    TN-QX70

    TN-QX70 Member

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    2014 QX70 AWD
    Travis
    Agreed, I ended up ordering a set of ISR Z tubes from Concept Z Performance and a pair of K&N drop-ins for stock airboxes after additional reading as that sounded like the best way to get some better sound while still supplying a good amount of fresh outside air.