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Old 01-08-2009, 02:52 PM   #1
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Default Anyone put the stock 370Z on a dyno Yet?

I wonder how correct Nissan claims are.....
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Old 01-08-2009, 02:54 PM   #2
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Yah...i mean if it put down in the 270's at the wheels I would be impressed
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wouldnt you want to break the engine in before you dyno it?idk if this is a dumb question but yeah...still relatively new to the car thing..
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^ The engine is broken in the first time the car is driven.
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The new Z makes exactly what Nissan claims. It's independent dyno's that are calibrated differently and spit out different numbers that make idiots like you think...,"dur dur durr Nissan is stupid and they says I was gonna get 232 horsepower and I only got blah blah blah..
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haha..i understand the whole crank and wheel horsepower deal...i know dynos wont be 100% accurate...numbers will fluctuate especially with all the different dynos out there...what would a reasonable estimate be...someone told be minus 20%..idk how true that is...but yeah..
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havent had a new car before so never had to deal with the whole breaking in process...would be kinda hard though to not get on it...took it easy on my clutch when i first got it installed and it was hard not to get on it...i can only imagine what a new 370 owner would be feeling when driving around...id probably still dog it occasionally
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The new Z makes exactly what Nissan claims. It's independent dyno's that are calibrated differently and spit out different numbers that make idiots like you think...,"dur dur durr Nissan is stupid and they says I was gonna get 232 horsepower and I only got blah blah blah..

what the Fu*k are you talking about.....?
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Run your car on a 1/4 mile. Compare trap speeds to others, take into account variables.
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The VQ37VHR has been dyno'd a thousand times. Just surf around the G37 forums for mroe info.
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all g37's are making 275hp+ to the wheels.

so the same must be true of the 370z.
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i heard Smithtown Nissan dyno'ed theirs and made 300whp just about on the 7AT
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i heard Smithtown Nissan dyno'ed theirs and made 300whp just about on the 7AT


so HR's should be pushing 270-275 to the wheels stock then
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i heard Smithtown Nissan dyno'ed theirs and made 300whp just about on the 7AT
That's impossible. They must've used one kind dyno. The car should dyno the same numbers as the G37. 15-17% drivetrain loss would be 50-56HP.
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No dyno known to man would be able to handle the horsepower!
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so many guesses and rice math going on here.. lol
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That's impossible. They must've used one kind dyno. The car should dyno the same numbers as the G37. 15-17% drivetrain loss would be 50-56HP.

We have dynoed the an 07 base w/sports pkg....it dynoed at 29x something i dont remeber exactly... it only had about 20 miles on it

we took out the air box and it made 303rwhp... thats on an awd mustang dynamometer.

i'll try and upload the sheets at another time.
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wow!!!! Maybe the drive tran loss is a bit less because of the shorted wheelbase..?
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