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i want a supercharger but i dont know where to get one. if ne one has one, in thier g's let me know how it performs, feels lasts, if warranty will cover it, and anywhere where i can get info. and also thier g's stats. thnx
 

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you can get one from the supercharger store i have one in my g, i run 12.07 quartermiles at 153.28MPH and it is covered by a 100,000mile warranty and you can buy one from me for $7500. laterz[:D]
 

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by tuffinc

i want a supercharger but i dont know where to get one. if ne one has one, in thier g's let me know how it performs, feels lasts, if warranty will cover it, and anywhere where i can get info. and also thier g's stats. thnx
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You like reading as well as understanding? Give that "other forum" a shot---freshalloy.com. They've got a "conversation" going right now that's about 4 pages long on "G35 Procharger Price" supercharger by a fellow named dfw_infiniti who is a dealer salesperson and works for the website's major sponsor, grubbs infiniti.

The reason I ask if you like reading? Because if you don't read the entire thread/topic with all its respondents re guarantees, warranties, legal issues, etc., you are really doing yourself a huge disservice. There is a real wealth of info that you can learn from this one topic on freshalloy. But, hey, that's your call!

You could just send a check to rlipps.[:D]
 

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The dealer can't deny warranty coverage unless the modification actually causes the problem. The popular ATI kit is their HO intercooled system. It produces 7# of boost which will be good for about 130hp to the rear wheels. A stock G35 is rated at 280hp, take off about 20% on the high side for driveline loss and your looking at around 225 rear wheel hp. The 7# kit will move this up to the 350 hp range. I haven't put one of these on a G35 yet but have done a number of V8 installs. They make a very good product.

I may be ordering an '04 soon and will have this high on the list of mods.
 

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote">Originally posted by tbyrne

The dealer can't deny warranty coverage unless the modification actually causes the problem. The popular ATI kit is their HO intercooled system. It produces 7# of boost which will be good for about 130hp to the rear wheels. A stock G35 is rated at 280hp, take off about 20% on the high side for driveline loss and your looking at around 225 rear wheel hp. The 7# kit will move this up to the 350 hp range. I haven't put one of these on a G35 yet but have done a number of V8 installs. They make a very good product.

I may be ordering an '04 soon and will have this high on the list of mods.
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The G with the Procharger is only getting about 302rwhp. It is not running 7psi either. I think it is running about 5.5psi. This is due to the factory specs versus the 350Z, which the numbers you stated are correct for.

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rippls: Is you 1/4 mile speed 103.28 mph rather than 153.28? Was that a typo?

One thing that concerns me about the pro-charger is the amount of noise it generates. Greddy has developed a suprecharger for the 350Z and it sounds like it might be a better way, other than the problem with turbo lag.

http://www.motortrend.com/features/performance/112_0308_tuner_350z/

From MT web site.

"While Nissan's 350Z is a legitimate and well-executed sports car, GReddy Performance Products has a suggestion: Why not have the "350" in its name represent a 350-horsepower claim?

GReddy, the American arm of Japan-based tuner-parts company Trust, now offers a cache of smog-legal speed components designed to really up the Z's game. Our tester was fitted with GReddy's twin 18G Mitsubishi turbocharger system ($6000), putting 5.6 psi of boost through a three-row front-mounted aluminum intercooler. Larger fuel injectors, SUS header-type turbo manifolds, twin external wastegates, twin Airinx air filters, and a dual-pipe cat-back exhaust system are also part of the mix. GReddy's e-Manage ECU and Profec e-01 boost controller team to manage the boost and ignition required to crank out what seems to be a conservatively rated 350 horses.
At the test track, the rev-happy twin-blown V-6 proved smooth and linear, as it scooted the Z through the quarter mile in an impressive 12.79 seconds (that's no typo). Power increases are cool, but other systems need to follow. GReddy adds GREX/Alcon six-piston front calipers clamping two-piece, 14-inch slotted rotors. The combo not only shaved four feet off 60-0-mph stopping distances, but offered fabulous feel and modulation.
With horse and braking power should come increased grip. GReddy offers a well-sorted suspension kit that includes driver-adjustable, electronically controlled coil-over shocks. The EDFC has a cockpit-mounted controller that allows selection of front and rear shock settings while on the fly. Matched with a set of Volk Racing GT-C 19x8.5- and 19x9.5-inch five-spoke alloys wrapped in grippy Nitto NT555 275/30ZR19 tires, the 350Z delivered an outstanding 3.3-mph increase in cornering grip on our 600-foot slalom test. Not only did the objective number improve, but so did handling predictability. We didn't play with the EDFC settings as much as we should have, but further stiffening the shocks produced positive results.
All said, GReddy's Trust-fortified 350Z package is well sorted, potent, and streetable.

From up top, the engine looks fairly stock, but hiding below are twin turbochargers breathing into a big, front-mounted intercooler. GReddy is also considering a Stage II package that'll add ported heads and more aggressive camshafts to the combo."



'03 350Z -//- '03 Greddy

0-60 mph 5.72 -//- 4.61
1/4 mile 14.02 sec./101.89 mph -//- 12.79 sec./106.53 mph.
Braking, 60-0 ft 121 -//- 117
Slalom, mph 66.4 -//- 69.7





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hey ripley, please pay attention to what you read... the greddy is a twin turbo not a supercharger... as far as turbo lag goes they are both fairly small turbos so they spool up real quick and at much lower rpms than one massive turbo... not flamin ya, just a heads up...
 

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Infiniti-Skyline: That's cool. I know about the advantages of a TT, especially ones that are sequential. Still, there is always a bit of turbo lag. Spooling up just takes a little time.

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I want a supercharger for my 2004 G35 Coupe but I need it installed. I admit being a moron when it comes to mechanics. I live in Kelowna, BC, Canada, so if anyone know of an excellent mod shop in BC great. If not, then how about Washington or Montana, or Idaho? A contact name would be a big help.

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