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Old 12-19-2006, 06:22 PM
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Talking She has twins, greddy twins...

So here is my car. This thread has been going for a long time. It started out back in December of 2007 when I believe I was the first person to install a 350Z Greddy TT kit on a G35 Sedan. From there the thread became more and more popular so it has now been a way to track the progress of my car over the last few years.

Latest pics from 2012 - 2015:











































Detailed Specifications
649whp and 651wtqEngine
• Wiesco 8.8:1 pistons
• Tomei Rods
• Cosworth bearings
• GT Motorsports Heads
• Jim Wolf S1 Cams & Dual Valve Springs
• Greddy Twin Turbo Kit with Intercooler
• HKS SSQV Blow Off Valves
• Custom air intakes behind front grille with AEM Dryflow filters
• Polished Cosworth Intake Manifold
• Greddy Oil Cap
• Polished timing cover with all extra bolt mounts shaved and filled
• Polished caps, alternator, pulleys, VTC modules, hard lines, brackets supports, etc, etc...
• Polished turbo compressor housings
• Polished Z1 motorsports engine mounts
• All piping polished

Engine Bay
• Full wire tuck with all holes filled in and re-painted
• Custom Power Steering Reservoir / Oil Catch Can with earl's hoses combo on passenger side.
• Custom Coolant Reservoir on driver side.
• All engine bay bolts have been replaced with ARP 12-point polished stainless
• Sun Hyper Ignition & Hyper Voltage systems
• AMS Race Radiator with 14" SPAL Curved Blade Fans in Custom Stainless Shroud
• Chrome coolant hard lines
• Dual Earl’s 19 Row Oil Coolers
• ARC Radiator Cap
• Polished and Heat Treated ARC Titanium Air Panel
• AEM Water/Meth Kit (not for additional power, used for hot Phoenix summer months)
• JDM Right Side Battery Cover

Electronics
• Greddy Profec B SPec II Boost Controller
• Turbo XS UTEC with tune by UMS Tuning
• Both Battery Covers Molded To 1-pc

Drivetrain
• Carbonetic 1350kg twin plate clutch and flywheel
• Quaife Helical LSD
• Custom carbon fiber driveline
• Custom differential cooler with Tilton pump and earl’s cooler/lines
• Custom power steering cooler
• Rogue Engineering Short Shifter

Exhaust
• Dual 3" turbo-back custom exhaust with dual polished magnaflow mufflers and quad titanium 4” tips (Custom made by Nichols AutoFab, First dual muffler G35 sedan of its kind which required moving fuel evap system and other custom fabrication)
• Vibrant 3" downpipes with 2000 degree coating
• Wastegate dump tubes 2000 degree coated & routed back into down pipes (no loud open dump)

Suspension:
• KW V2 Coilovers (hope to change this soon!)
• Stillen Sway Bars
• SPL End Links
• SPL Tie Rod Ends
• Rare JDM Rear Strut Bar
• Richie’s Front Strut Bar (polished)
• GT Spec Rear Lower Tie Brace
• GT Spec Rear Lateral Arm Brace
• Kinetix Front Camber Kit
• SPC Rear Camber Kit
• Energy Suspension Bushings

Brakes:
• Front: Rotora 380mm x 34mm 12 Piston
• Rear: Rotora 355mm x 32mm 4 Piston
• Rotora C2 pads
• ATE SuperBlue Fluid

Exterior:
• Wrapped in 3M Anthracite metallic with carbon accents on bumper and roof
• Modified Kurookie front bumper (modified for larger IC)
• Nismo Side Skirts
• Nismo Rear Valance modified for exhaust
• Outcast Garage Carbon Fiber Front Splitter
• Custom Made Headlights including:
S2000 Upper Headlight Projectors & Acura TL Bi-Xenon Lower Projectors with BMW ZKW lenses and color mod
Osram Xenarc Bulbs
Custom LED Angel Eyes
OEM Infiniti black paint
LS 430 and E55 Shrouds
• R1 Autoworks Ducktail Rear Trunk Lid (new and not pictured)
• iForged Aero 20x8.5F 20x11.5R
• Michellin Pilot Super Sport 235/35/20 front 285/30/20 rear
• 2006 Taillights with custom control board so the LED rings do all functions (Parking, Brake and Turn)
• JDM Bump Style Clear corners

Interior
• Black Alcantara Sparco Milano 2 Seats
• Schroth Racing Harnesses
• Personal Suede Steering Wheel
• NRG Quick Release
• Door panels and Pillars Covered in Alcantara
• Headliner, Rear Seat and Gauge Pods Covered in microsuede
• ARC Polished Titanium Shift ****
• AutoMeter Nexus Gauges In Custom Center Dash & A-Pillar Pods
• Console and Accent Parts Wrapped in 3M Di-Noc
• Outcast Garage LED Lighting
• KP Technologies VDC By-pass Module
• KP Mirror Tilt Module
• KP Window Module
• Valentine 1

Audio:
• Eclipse AVN 6600 Navigation Head Unit with Sirius & iPod.
• Eclipse back up camera
• Polished JL Audio 1000/1 & 450/4 amps
• Stinger 15 farad capacitor
• JL 12W6v2 Subs painted in metallic gunmetal in custom fiberglass enclosures
• Focal K2 Interior Speakers
• Optima Red Top
• Python 2-way remote start with window modules, interior temp sensor & trunk

Race Gas Tune: (Q16 at 20psi)


Re-tune on pump gas (91 at 14psi)


A big thank you goes out to Tony and Jeremy at UMS Tuning in Tempe, AZ. And Kevin from Nichols AutoFab in Prescott, AZ.

UMSTuning.com and NicholsAutoFab.com These guys have been friends for a long time and do awesome work!!

Top line as-is. Lower run was before the tune and boost controller. That was at ~4.4psi.









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Old 12-19-2006, 06:22 PM
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DayamN! Go Tim!
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Yes Tim!
Congrats, Enjoy, and be Safe!

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Old 12-19-2006, 06:25 PM
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Yes Tim!
Congrats, Enjoy, and be Safe!

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If I'm not safe at least I will need another set of rims.


Update
Ran out of room in the first post so here's a vid of the custom dual 3" turbo back exhaust:



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Nice just in time to roast Rudolph and Santa to the Christmas party...lol. Congrats on the upgrade post more pics. Did you do any internals?
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dammit ttrank, I h8 you!!
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while its out there, you might as well do some polishing. Megs all metal polish plus dremel works really good! it brought my timing case to a near chrome look
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while its out there, you might as well do some polishing. Megs all metal polish plus dremel works really good! it brought my timing case to a near chrome look

I thought about that but don't have the time right now. It is going to come out again next year for a full build.
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Did you do any internals?
No, not yet. This took all my money and more so I just could not afford all the parts to build it. The plan is to pull it back out next fall and do a full build. UMS Tuning has a spare short block they can build for me when the time comes.
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I thought about that but don't have the time right now. It is going to come out again next year for a full build.
I hear ya...its tempting tho, isnt it?
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I hear ya...its tempting tho, isnt it?

Soooo tempting! I tried everything I could aside of getting a home equity loan to come up with the cash. I need to stop and pay off some stuff first.
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Soooo tempting! I tried everything I could aside of getting a home equity loan to come up with the cash. I need to stop and pay off some stuff first.
jesus ttrank, you might as well chop off your right arm and exchange it for parts~!
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jesus ttrank, you might as well chop off your right arm and exchange it for parts~!

Make it my left and you have a deal.
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dont forget to tape the first startup! I think everyone will want to hear this!

anyways...ive seen plenty of single turbo sedans...your not the first TT sedan are you?
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awesome! i want to hear some sound clips when its done. Where is the other turbo at?? the other side????
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