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Old 03-14-2009, 03:47 PM   #1
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Default BERK 370Z HFC's Reviewed on Mike Kojima's site!

On Mike Kojima's 370z website they have a great review on the BERK TECHNOLOGY 370Z HFC's. They've got some comprehensive info on HFC's and exhaust fabrication. Even if you haven't gotten your 370Z yet it's a good read. Big thank you to www.DoubleDownMotorsports.com for the editorial contribution! Check it out!

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how many hp gain?
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Old 03-14-2009, 03:54 PM   #3
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Good article.
In case someone is too lazy clicking the link. Here's the content
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The requested URL /MagazineArticles/tabid/57/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/43/Berk-Technologies-Downpipes.aspx was not found on this server.
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I'm not seeing anything! ahhh!
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fortunately the screen shot had the right info in it




https://my350z.com/MagazineArticles/...Downpipes.aspx[

Change the "my350z" to just "370z" in your address bar

I tried to link to it myself but it kept changing the address in my post ...weird
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24whp gain sure is impressive..

too impressive..
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24whp gain sure is impressive..

too impressive..
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Don't Dynojet dynos read high in the first place ?
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Sure dynojets tend to be the most generous dynos but the important part is the delta before and after which should remain consistant.

Dynojets are the most common but being purely inertial, they don't load the motor as hard as the superflow, mustang and others.
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We test the downpipes on a different dyno, they still kick ***!

check it out on three seventy z dot com!
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