LOL.jaak said:A G35x Supercharged, would be a nice aftermarket part.
If you want dyno results, check out www.jimwolftechnology.com for some parts and www.nissanperformancemag.com for other parts. Nissan Performance Mag also explains much about how performance parts work, and it's no misconception that hp gains are additive. One misconception though is that peak hp gains are ALL that matter. The peak hp increase doesn't matter as much as how the entire power band is affected. In some cases, the peak hp gains are above stock redline and in some cases there are gains to peak hp while losing precious power at lower RPMs.Halo said:I'd really like to see these hp gain claims backed up by dyno results. So many bolt-ons 'claim' outlandish gains. Another misconception iseems to be that peak hp gains are additive.
Yeah, I'd REALLY like that mod too. I haven't emailed these people yet, I guess I'll do that.jaak said:OK, reading some more, this is one mod I'd really like for the Murano...
Yeah, that's pretty close to what the Murano sounds like with an intake. Once you get above 4k RPM and the intake opens up, it really roars.jaak said:That 3.5 litre Altima sure sounds nice at high rpm on the dyno... OK, I could see the Murano sounding interesting in S with the intake mod... Does it?
Let us know what they say.grfg8r said:I just emailed them an issued a challenge to do something unique and try a MO on for size or is it toooo MOuch for them to handle!:1pat:
What proof do you have for the above statement ? The CVT in the Murano has not been a problem form most owners and the car has a 3500 lb tow rating, more than your average vehicle. Many vehicles require a tow package to tow this much.special-k said:Cuz it would blow the CVT to little itty-bitty pieces.
We did just one 2003 Murano for while ago for testing.
It gained quite bit of torque and power but we are holding to release this , because of the transmission issue.
It just too much for it.
Well that is pretty cool.Tyler_Canada said:Got a response from Technosquare about an ECU. It looks like they have one, but they aren't releasing it yet:
That's easy to fix, program it so it still holds back a bit at low rpm, but let it tear, up in the powerband. The CVT woudn't be in a high torque condition at that point, anyway. It's launch that's the big problem area, from what I understand...Tyler_Canada said:Got a response from Technosquare about an ECU. It looks like they have one, but they aren't releasing it yet: