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Their dyno chart is a little hard to understand- not clearly labeled as to what the two lines represent. Is one a stock 4th gen? It says SE-R-
Anyway, basic intake facts- higher flowing intake- more power at high rpm, less at low rpm. Metal intake- more heat into the air, not best for power.
Without more reviews, my guess would be a good intake for racing, not so good for the street, and definitely not cheap. Nissan (and others) have spent a lot of time/money engineering the "split flow" systems to give BOTH good power at high rpm, and good power at low rpm.
I like vendors like Edelbrock, and Holley, and and Stillen, who will be clear about the intended use-