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FX35 About Real Hp?

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Engine & Drivetrain' started by muchilus, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. when infiniti say the fx 35 own 275hp and FX 45 320hp.

    is to the engine or to the wheels?
     

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  2. gto

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    Not the wheels . . . unless your name is Will. Then you're close
     
  3. Frankiago

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    Definitely at the crank man... all car companies claim crank HP.

    In actuality, I know the AWD FX35's range from 200-220 depending on the dyno, and the RWD FX35's about 215-230. Manual cars with the same motor like the G35's will pull about 230-240, again, depending on the dyno.

    The new G37 S with 6MT pulls somethin like 265-275'ish to the rear wheels? :sad:
     
  4. brown_fv

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    Hey cube, i thought you only pulled 200AWHP with your n/a mods a long time ago on the .org...what was that all about?
     
  5. Frankiago

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    The NA mods were minimal... I think test pipes, pulleys and intake spacer...

    The conditions were horrible, it was like 90 degrees outside and it rained either earlier that morning or the night before... so humid that standing in the shade with no wind would draw beads of sweat from your forehead. I meant to go again in late fall with nice crisp air and no heat soak, but I didn't really care that much.

    Oh did I mention it was a Mustang dyno and not a Dyno Jet? :p

    Dyno queens love the Dyno Jets, and love the Dyna-Pack hub-dyno even more...
     
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