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Old 05-22-2008, 05:13 PM   #1
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"every bolt on you can get"

Hey guys whats up. I don't drive a Nissan, I drive a Mitsubishi 3000gt. I raced a 300zx the other day, and when I asked him what mods he had, he said just about every bolt on possible. It wasn't the twin turbo, and it was one of the newer years (not exactly sure which one) and i was just wonderin how much power (approximately - I know its hard to get an exact answer with such little information) would a newer model 300zx be making with "every bolt on possible"? Thanks!

edit: he also had full custom exhaust
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Old 05-22-2008, 07:53 PM   #2
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Re: "every bolt on you can get"

n/a? not much
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Old 05-23-2008, 03:04 AM   #3
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Re: "every bolt on you can get"

Absolute best I've seen an NA do is 240ish rwhp and that was everything and well tuned. Most of the fairly heavily modified NAs I've seen fall in the 200-220rwhp area.
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Re: "every bolt on you can get"

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Absolute best I've seen an NA do is 240ish rwhp and that was everything and well tuned. Most of the fairly heavily modified NAs I've seen fall in the 200-220rwhp area.

Yep... at best.... So odds are this guy was probly around the high 190s RWHP.


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