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MD 5/16 spacer + MREV2 vs. Kinetix Plenum + MREV2???

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MD 5/16 spacer + MREV2 vs. Kinetix Plenum + MREV2???

What do you guys think is better for an '05 6MT?

Need quick response please. Am putting all my parts together ASAP.

Am planing on adding MD V2 Art Pipes & GT-R exhaust to either combo - a MD 5/16 spacer+MREV2 or Kinetix V+ Plenum/MREV2.

Looks like my FI plans took a turn.

HELP!

Hopefully I can tune & dyno before end of the month and I'll post results.

Thanks in advance.
 
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the MD spacer only works HR's if u do the MREV2
but i did both the MD spacer + Kinetix V
 
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Originally Posted by Igaly1021 View Post
the MD spacer only works HR's if u do the MREV2
but i did both the MD spacer + Kinetix V
I believe MD spacer's and MREV to wear built for the DE to fix the breathing problem. . .
 
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Originally Posted by Igaly1021 View Post
the MD spacer only works HR's if u do the MREV2
but i did both the MD spacer + Kinetix V
So which one was better the spacer or the Kinetix??? I'm hoping the + didn't mean bot together
 
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Originally Posted by Igaly1021 View Post
the MD spacer only works HR's if u do the MREV2
but i did both the MD spacer + Kinetix V
lol epic advice fail
 
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lol epic advice fail
I thought I was going crazy. . .
 
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Originally Posted by seymore4 View Post
OP the Motordyne nuthugger brigade will argue till their blue in the face but from what I've seen first hand the kinetix composite plenum is hands down better. Seen over 30 VQ's on the dyno IN PERSON and the guys with the Kinetix always put down more, especially in hot weather, since it keeps heat soak to a minimum. Are you going to dyno tune or just etune it?
Thanks!

I would love to get it Dyno tuned. . .
 
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Thanks! I would love to get it Dyno tuned. . .
I can set you up with an Osiris setup for a gooood price if you want
 
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Osiris tune is good advice once you complete all your breather mods! Seymore, when does it get hot enough in Portland for you to see heat soak....every August? Love Portland, worlds cleanest city cause it's always taking a bath....Gary
 
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Originally Posted by seymore4 View Post
I can set you up with an Osiris setup for a gooood price if you want
Send me a pm on cost. . . I just need to get a good tuner in NY.
 
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Even when it's not super hot outside G35's get real hot under the hood.
 
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The link doesn't work. . .
 
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Sorry, link died, i think this is it.

http://006fc77.netsolhost.com/images...ut_for_web.pdf
 
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Does it make any sense to get the Kinetix V+ Intake Plenum if I already have a MD 5/16 on my non-rev 2004? Sorry if this is a dumb question...

I'm NA, but am planning to be forced within a year. Rebuilding engine...
 
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