Road to 300HP NA

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it's your 4 inch intake... it's restricting your gains tbh... 254 is like 20 over what a non modded makes
 
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Old 03-17-2019, 06:11 PM
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Coupe, Premium package, sport suspension
Revival! How's it going? Made it to NA 300 WHP yet?
 
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Old 03-17-2019, 08:12 PM
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Not sure yet honestly. This entire time ive been dealing with upstream o2 sensor issues. Replaced/checked everything and had 2 shops including the dealer look at it and couldnt find anything wrong, so for a long time I gave up on the car. However yesterday LMT sent me an updated tune and now the codes have been tuned out and the car is running great. Now time to dial it in again and finally be able to see where its at. Currently FBO and tuned on E85 and now have ARC. Realistically because of the auto I expect upper 280s possibly low 290s. Ill need cams to get 300.
 
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Tuned out upstream o2 codes? Noiceeeee
 
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Old 03-18-2019, 09:42 PM
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Tuned out upstream o2 codes? Noiceeeee
Yep I guess with uprevs latest update. So far no codes!
 
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Old 03-18-2019, 09:49 PM
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I'm no spring chicken but I had to google "g35 hood spacers" to see what you were talking about.

WHY would people ever use these, I can't believe companies actually market these things they look like trash...
Its dropped temps in the engine bay so its functional. And helps the hood clear the 75mm tb and 4in intake. I like the look, not for everyone. But its functional and Ive done the tests to prove so. Havent found an aftermarket hood that ive liked
 
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A less noticeable route to take would be to delete the rubber weather seal that wraps the cowl, battery and brake booster compartments. The idea is the same which is to allow the hood to act like a ridge vent in a roof, The vent it as the highest point in the roof allowing heat to escape. I did it in my FX and it makes a noticeable difference. I'd be surprised if the t.b. and intake wouldn't clear a G's hood.
 
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