So, any practical estimates as to what an n/a motor can put down at the wheels now? Not that I really want to get into bench dynoing but seeing as how this needs a tune yet, estimates should be close. It just opens up new possibilities.
03 Altima 3.5 SE 4AT
Berk V2 w/ Apexi ~ NWP VIAS Plate ~ Racingline FSTB, Grounding Kit, Battery Tie-down, Springs ~ KYB GR2's ~ UR Ultra Sc Pulley ~ BT Under hood and Trunk Lighting
Just out of curiosity, does anyone know how much I can reasonably expect to get out of my SE-R's 3.5 if I go the NA route, as opposed to FI? I am weighing my options right now between the SC, the TC, or NA, and this thread (With the manifold of course) peaked my curiosity regarding such, yet agan. I think that my eventual goal will be to get my car up to around 400 bhp (Maybe a little more), but I want to keep it completely streetable, well balanced (I want to take it on a course), and reliable.
Also, Turbo Tim, what's the deal with the SFR TC Kit, and my ability to put it on the 6SPD? I may have asked you the same question a year ago, but I'm curious as to what developmental testing has been done towards such since then. Thanks. (Btw, those chromed manifold pics look like something to drool over lol)
Btw, I apologize ahead of time to the OP (Tuko316), I don't mean for this to be a thread hijack, but your sweet manifold set-up really revved up my interest into this subject all over again. Cheers.
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