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Ok so I've nicked this idea off the US forum. It would be interesting to get an idea of numbers of how many FI zeds we have in the UK. I think the number of FI cars are slowly increasing as they get older.

 

If you're running forced induction, please add what type of FI (turbo, s/c, nitrous or combination?) and whether you're built motor or stock, how much boost (or nos shot), the EMS, and an approx estimate of BHP or RWHP / lb/ft, how many boosted miles (approx), and anything else that's interesting with regards to your build (e.g. if you blew a motor before and are now built, how many miles it blew? etc)...

 

List so far:

1. Wizard: 350z Vortech v3 3:13 pulley, DE bone stock motor, 13psi, UpRev, 450bhp / 400lb/ft @hubs, over 10k boosted miles - BLOWN. New: Forged DE, v3 2.87, 490bhp / 427lb/ft @ hubs. More to come shortly! :stir:

2. Sam McGoo: 350z Vortech V2 3:33 pulley,'54 DE stock engine, 9.14psi, UpRev 402 HP/336lb/ft @hubs 25k boosted on a 27k engine

3. 4Re Leather: 350z GTM S/CSmall pulley, '09 HR Stock Engine, 10.35psi, 464.5bhp/383.3lb/ft @hubs, 2k boosted on a 17k engine

4. Oskaben: SOLD: 350z Vortech v2 Supercharger, 5k boosted on 36k engine

5. Darren-B: SOLD: 350z Vortech V3 standard pulley, '54 DE stock engine, ??psi, UpRev, 429 HP/???lb/ft @hubs 7k boosted on a 68k engine. SOLD: 370z GTM 1.5 SC 445 RWHP /??? Lb/ft 6k boosted when I sold it on a 8k engine

6. Kev T: 370z GTM Stage 1 SC, VQ37HR stock, 7.5psi, UpRev, 432bhp/ 367ft/lb @hubs torque with standard pulley

7. PlanetSurfer2: 350z GTM TT, stock 'HR motor, 6psi, Uprev Tune, 415bhp and 376lb/ft @hubs, over 4k boosted miles so far

8. Keyser: SOLD: 350z Vortech v2, 3:12 pulley, fully forged 'DE engine, Haltech Platinum Pro ECU, 458bhp / 367lb/ft w/out Nos, 503bhp / 429lb/ft w/ Nos @hubs. 4k boosted miles. NEW: 370z GTM 1.5 SC 445 RWHP /??? Lb/ft

9. andy james: 9. andy james: 350z GTM S/C, small pulley, Fully forged and balanced HR motor, UpRev, 463 bhp/376lb/ft @hubs. 7k total boosted on engine

10. djtimo: 350z APS TT Garrett Kit, fully forged 'DE block, UpRev, 11 psi, 469bhp / 448 lb/ft @hubs:

11. jables: 350z SFR TT, DE stock engine, 7.2psi, UpRev, 404bhp / 380lb/ft @hubs, over 20k boosted on a 37k engine

12. OllyB: 350z GTM S/C, standard pulley, Abbey Motorsport forged engine, bc rods + Ross pistons, 9 psi, Uprev, 471bhp / 371 lb/ft @hubs

13. D12BHP: 350z Vortech V2 Si Trim 3.13 Pulley, fully forged engine.... @ 15psi...

14. GT4 Zed: SOLD: 350z Vortech V2 T trim 2.87 pulley and fluidampr 6.125 crank pulley. 15.9psi 424whp/ 370lbft

15. octet: SOLD: 350z Vortech V2 430rwhp and 360lb/ft torque. NEW: 370z 7AT GReddy Twin Turbo - 553BHP | 465lb/ft on stock engine and 1000bhp built auto gearbox, 8psi, boosted at 22k

16. evilscorp: 350z Vortech V3 Sci, 3.33 pulley, stock engine, boosted 20 miles, 0.1 in anger 428.2hp 370ftlb (flywheel) 358.6 real whp 0.6bar

17. A9H-RX: 350z APS TT KIT Fully Forged Cosworth Internals 'DE Block, 10psi, 502BHP / 455lb/ft @ fly, 20k+ boosted

18. TheChubbyNinja - 350z Vortech V3 SCi, VQ35DE stock, 10psi, UpRev tune, 408.9@ the hub / 336ft/lb torque with 3.12 pulley

19. GMballistic: SOLD - 350Z GT Coupe, Vortech V3 Sci, VQ35DE stock, 3.12" pulley, UpRev tune, 436Bhp@ fly / 368 ft/lbs

20. Clarkie - 350z GT Coupe - Vortech V2, 3.12" Pulley - Uprev Tune - 413.5 @ the hub / 345 ft/lb torque

21. dajw - Stillen Supercharger (Vortech V3) 9lb pulley, test pipes on stock exhaust: 488bhp, 360 lb/ft

22. TT350 - Power Enterprise twin turbo, stock boost, TDI North decats, Scorpion Y pipe back, Motordyne plenum spacer 431.5bhp/360ib/ft tq.

23: ZMANALEX - 350Z Roadster DE Forge Built: Twin Turbo: To many parts to mention: 666.8bhp at hubs: 563.9 lb/ft. 1.3 bar  Syvecs S6+  720bhp at the hubs and 680 lbs ft. at 1.6 bar: Work in progress:

24. Vlad - 350Z DE, stock block, Vortech V3 with 3.12" pulley. Supporting mods. 422.6bhp@hubs and 335.6lb/ft.

25. P15UL T - 350z DE, stock block, vortech V2 with 3.12 pulley, supporting mods. 434.7bhp@hubs and 343.3lb/ft

26. Keyser - 370z GTM Stage 1.5 SC, VQ37HR stock, 7.0psi, UpRev, 440bhp@hubs and ???ft/lb torque (I'll dig the dyno out)

27. Taybo - 350z Revup - Stillen S/C 'tuner', VQ35DE stock, Uprev, 8psi, 370bhp and 350 lb/ft

28. Scobie140 - 350z DE Stock block, Vortech V3 3.12" pulley 405bhp @hubs 340lb/ft

29. EzeePzee - 350Z DE, APS TT and supporting mods (Uprev, 8psi boost) 392bhp @ wheels & ??? Lbft (TBC). 

30. Jez - 350z DE Forged, GTM TT with mods, Syvecs S6+ ECU, 646bhp / 600 ft.lbs at the fly. 1.2 bar boost

 
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1. Wizard: Vortech v3 3:13 pulley, 'DE bone stock motor, 13psi, Uprev tune, 450rwhp / 400lb/ft, Over 10K boosted miles so far.

2. Sam McGoo:Vortech V2 3"33 pulley,'54 DE stock engine,9.14psi,Uprev@Abbey, 402 HP/336lb/ft @Hubs 25k boosted on a 27k engine.

 

 

 

Wizard - your 450rwhp was that not @ the hubs on Abbey's Dyno?

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1. Wizard: Vortech v3 3:13 pulley, 'DE bone stock motor, 13psi, Uprev tune, 450bhp / 400lb/ft @hubs, Over 10K boosted miles so far.

2. Sam McGoo:Vortech V2 3"33 pulley,'54 DE stock engine,9.14psi,Uprev@Abbey, 402 HP/336lb/ft @Hubs 25k boosted on a 27k engine.

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Ok so I've nicked this idea off the US forum. It would be interesting to get an idea of numbers of how many FI zeds we have in the UK. I think the number of FI cars are slowly increasing as they get older.

 

If you're running forced induction, please add what type of FI (turbo, s/c, nitrous or combination?) and whether you're built motor or stock, how much boost (or nos shot), the EMS, and an approx estimate of BHP or RWHP / lb/ft, how many boosted miles (approx), and anything else that's interesting with regards to your build (e.g. if you blew a motor before and are now built, how many miles it blew? etc)...

 

I'll start off....

 

1. Wizard: Vortech v3 3:13 pulley, 'DE bone stock motor, 13psi, Uprev tune, 450rwhp / 400lb/ft, Over 10K boosted miles so far.

 

In the interests of fairplay and to maintain a level playing field, the figures must match up with posted Dyno sheets.

This will stop the temptation to round up to the nearest 10 and stop any bull.

Anyone can slap nitros on to boost them so are you allowing this?

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I think it would look better nicely arranged in a table :stir:

 

:lol:

 

I totally agree..... :dry:

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1. Wizard: Vortech v3 3:13 pulley, 'DE bone stock motor, 13psi, Uprev tune, 450bhp / 400lb/ft @hubs, Over 10K boosted miles so far.

2. Sam McGoo:Vortech V2 3"33 pulley,'54 DE stock engine,9.14psi,Uprev@Abbey, 402 HP/336lb/ft @Hubs 25k boosted on a 27k engine.

 

3. 4Re Leather. GTM S/C. Small pulley. 2009 HR Stock Engine. 10.35 Boost, 464.5bhp/383.3Ib/ft @ Hubs

2k boosted on a 17k Engine

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1. Wizard: Vortech v3 3:13 pulley, 'DE bone stock motor, 13psi, Uprev tune, 450bhp / 400lb/ft @hubs, Over 10K boosted miles so far.

2. Sam McGoo:Vortech V2 3"33 pulley,'54 DE stock engine,9.14psi,Uprev@Abbey, 402 HP/336lb/ft @Hubs 25k boosted on a 27k engine.

3. 4Re Leather. GTM S/C. Small pulley. 2009 HR Stock Engine. 10.35 Boost, 464.5bhp/383.3Ib/ft @ Hubs. 2k boosted on a 17k Engine

 

Yep, I'll put it all on a table when we have a good number of cars.

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Not going to much of a table is it? I mean fairplay to all that have done this but seems a little pointless given we all know who has done this.

 

Although perhaps it will spur others to take up the challenge, so I might just zip it.

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I don't get it?

 

Wasso had a major toys out of the pram incident trying to insert a table (sorry Wasso).

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Ha ha toys out of pram, I was more frustrated rather than angry.

 

Just annoying when you can't use the full benefit of the software, but I guess best to have a stable platform before turning further functionality on.

 

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Here's the table issue

 

http://www.350z-uk.com/topic/66058-inserting-a-table/

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Not going to much of a table is it? I mean fairplay to all that have done this but seems a little pointless given we all know who has done this.

 

Although perhaps it will spur others to take up the challenge, so I might just zip it.

 

I don't know everyone who has had it done and i imagine there are lots of other users who don't either, I'm interested to see how this list pans out.

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I think it would look better nicely arranged in a table :stir:

 

:lol:

 

Thans for volunteering Doogy Rev

It will give you something to occupy your mind until the next calender is due:)

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I don't get it?

 

I think what they are trying to say is when you save and upload the columns for the table, the figures and lines

are all over the place.

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Not going to much of a table is it? I mean fairplay to all that have done this but seems a little pointless given we all know who has done this.

 

Although perhaps it will spur others to take up the challenge, so I might just zip it.

 

I have not checked the forum properly to see if its been done b4 but quite a few of us want to see a table/chart or whatever it;s called:)

It will give the people who boast big numbers to show those of us who don't believe them, that they are not telling porkies:)

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I don't think the idea of this particular thread is to list all mods and boast about power figures, more about how many FI zeds we have on the forum, and to monitor engine longevity. Good idea really.

 

Wizard - maybe you could keep an updated list on your opening post so the list doesn't get lost amongst the gossip?

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Not going to much of a table is it? I mean fairplay to all that have done this but seems a little pointless given we all know who has done this.

 

Although perhaps it will spur others to take up the challenge, so I might just zip it.

 

I have not checked the forum properly to see if its been done b4 but quite a few of us want to see a table/chart or whatever it;s called:)

It will give the people who boast big numbers to show those of us who don't believe them, that they are not telling porkies:)

:boxing:

 

The old forum format had a garage area with a dyno results table and a separate area to list all your modifications. I think it worked really well but it seems to have gone since the change over.

 

Mods- are there any plans to resurrect the garage function? did the info from it get saved anywhere or would we have start from scratch.

 

 

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Not going to much of a table is it? I mean fairplay to all that have done this but seems a little pointless given we all know who has done this.

 

Although perhaps it will spur others to take up the challenge, so I might just zip it.

 

I have not checked the forum properly to see if its been done b4 but quite a few of us want to see a table/chart or whatever it;s called:)

It will give the people who boast big numbers to show those of us who don't believe them, that they are not telling porkies:)

:boxing:

 

The old forum format had a garage area with a dyno results table and a separate area to list all your modifications. I think it worked really well but it seems to have gone since the change over.

 

Mods- are there any plans to resurrect the garage function? did the info from it get saved anywhere or would we have start from scratch.

 

+1 on that:)

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Apparently the info is saved, but they want to make sure the forum functions as it should before adding bits.

 

There's also the simplicity of updates so anything out the ordinary will cost, but I'd say sometime this year we should see future development.

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