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FX35 Motordyne Manifold Spacer

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Engine & Drivetrain' started by silverFX, Dec 17, 2007.

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    The 1/2" spacer is a really good mod for our VQ engines...one of the best bang for your buck. i wouldn't look into the kinetix SSV as it is only useful for cars that are F/I and is mostly there just for bling.

    i myself already have the 1/2" spacer, but lately ive been wanting to try out the MREV2 (lower collector). it says its meant for the rev-up engines and not as effective for the non rev up (our engines) but i still want to try it out
     
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    Yeah some injectors are tall, add in a bigger fuel rail and there may be clearance issues with the bottom of some plenums.
     
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    No NA Gains

    No gains for a NA engine then.

    I have too much stuff to install right now anyway. I can't wait for warmer weather.
     
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    wat the differents between the rev up and non rev up engines?
     
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    The rev ups were in 05+ G35 6MTs, and 05 Anniversary 350z as well as 06+ 350z 6MTs.

    HP/TQ and rev limits are the noticeable differences. I believe the rev ups have intake and exhaust cam control or something.

    No rev up has ever been put into a 5AT from the factory.
     
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