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Old 11-04-2011, 06:54 AM   #1
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Default Forged Performance: 636whp G37 Coupe!!!

Hey everyone!

We've been extremely busy here at Forged wrapping up dozens of great builds over the past month or so. We wanted to share one of our G37 builds with the community. Brian came to us with a bone stock G37 coupe looking for a big power build on his daily driver. His goals were simple. Maximum power, pump gas, and no compromises for daily driving. We gladly accepted his challenge and put together a comprehensive build plan to meet those goals.

The end result is one of our highest pump gas VQ37 builds we've done, all while retaining the 100% OEM nature of the car. No check engine lights, no weird startups, no funny idles ... nothing ... and all tuned with the factory ECU. On first glance you'd be hard pressed to find any power adders on the car. But one squeeze of that throttle pedal leaves little doubt that there is a monster under the hood!

Here is a quick run down on this particular Forged Performance built and tuned G37. As always, all Forged Performance engine assemblies are built in house. We never outsource this critical function.

Forged Performance S1 Shortblock
Forged Performance Spec Extreme Duty Pistons
Wiseco/K1 Connecting Rods
ARP L19 Head Studs
ARP Main Studs
Cosworth Head Gaskets
Greddy 20G Twin Turbo Kit
Greddy RZ BOVs
HKS Super Fire Spark Plugs
Injector Dynamics 725cc Injectors
Forged Performance Custom Return Fuel System
CJ Motorsports Twin Pump
HKS EVC 6 Boost Controller
OS Giken Triple Plate Clutch
Tein Flex Coilover System
Stillen Oil Cooler
Forged Performance Stainless Steel Brake Lines
DriveShaft Shop Level 5 Axles
HRE 560R Wheels, 20x10.5/20x9.5 Custom Painted Monster Candy Green
BFGoodrich KDW2 Tires
Motul Fluids
Evans Waterless Coolant
Forged Performance Custom Tune by [email protected]

This BEAST made 636whp on 93 octane on our low reading Dyno Dynamics! Look at this power band.



and now for the eye candy!




























Hope you all enjoy, and let us know if you have any questions.
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Old 11-04-2011, 07:55 AM   #2
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sweet

18psi or so?

the car still at Forged for tomorrow?
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Old 11-04-2011, 08:01 AM   #3
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Good pump gas numbers.

Wheels look like the Hulks nut.
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Old 11-04-2011, 08:06 AM   #4
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Awesome. Not feeling the green wheels though.
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Old 11-04-2011, 08:26 AM   #5
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18psi or so?

the car still at Forged for tomorrow?
Thanks Rich! It was right at 17psi. It won't be here tomorrow though. The customer has already taken delivery for the car.
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Old 11-04-2011, 08:51 AM   #6
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sweet build, I always enjoy reading your write ups!
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Old 11-04-2011, 09:03 AM   #7
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That's amazing power. You only used a factory ECU? It's tuneable? (I have an '04 350Z)

The green wheels are not cool, though.
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Old 11-04-2011, 09:38 AM   #8
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its just Uprev. stock ecu has always been tuneable.
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Old 11-04-2011, 11:58 AM   #9
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How much does something like this cost?
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How much does something like this cost?
$25K ... unless you want the wheels too, then it $28K and jokes that last a lifetime!!


Let's see some vids of the OP ripping up the car like Berto and I do!!! (That's why they are both always broken)
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Wheels def suck
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^Ha ha - yep no comment on the wheels. Good job Forged. Recruit the owner for the next zdayz airstrip event!
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Those are the worst looking HRE's I have ever seen. Nice everything else though.
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wheels might be nice if lip was hulk jizz color too

nice powa
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time to unpimp zine au-to
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Don't worry about those rims. The color won't be noticeable from behind as he pulls away. Nice build guys.
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where else would i be if hes pulling away? am i going to see the rims ahead of him as he pulls away from me?
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$25K ... unless you want the wheels too, then it $28K and jokes that last a lifetime!!


Let's see some vids of the OP ripping up the car like Berto and I do!!! (That's why they are both always broken)

Double your estimate on the cost of those wheels and you will be in the ball park.....but I agree sweet car minus the color of the wheels.
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$25K ... unless you want the wheels too, then it $28K and jokes that last a lifetime!!


Let's see some vids of the OP ripping up the car like Berto and I do!!! (That's why they are both always broken)
If we didnt have to worry about smog here in Cali, I would've went the TT route!
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Why is this in the 350Z FI section?
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