Ray’s Nissan 350Z originally came to us from New Jersey for a tune years ago. After making 400+HP for a couple years it was time for more power, at which time a Dynosty built VQ35DE was spec’d out. The build motor was installed, along with a revised Boosted Performance mid mount turbo kit, Precision Turbo billet 76mm turbo, and a Dynosty E85 fuel system with CJM twin pump (255/485). After calibrating the Haltech Pro Plugin standalone the result was an impressive 934WHP on E85.
934WHP 350Z Dyno Pull Video:
Nissan 350Z Dyno Chart:
A new Greddy 18G twin turbo kit record horsepower was set this week, 704WHP and 650WTQ at 30psi. This 2006 350Z arrived from West Virginia and started with a Greddy TD05 18G twin turbo kit. Build plans were drawn up, including a built motor, billet turbocharger wheels, fuel system and more. As performance parts were selected the power goals inched up. A Dynosty built VQ35 short block was assembled with CP Pistons and Manley turbo tuff rods, ARP main studs, ARP L19 head studs, and a Dynosty head refresh package with Kelford cams. The fuel system was upgraded with Injector Dynamics ID1300 injectors fed by a Dynosty stage 2 fuel system and CJM twin pump hanger. Haltech Pro Plugin 350Z standalone was installed along with wideband and boost control, and Hal began the engine break-in program on the dyno, followed by a full dyno tune.
Power comes on extremely fast and provides plenty of torque down low, while continuing to pull to 6500+rpm. After receiving the car and driving it for a day, the customer’s description of ‘absolutely AMAZING’ sums it up nicely.
Customer Testimonial: Aaron G of WV, October 29, 2013:
Very good place to have your car. They treat every car like its their own. Very good quality and clean work. Will do anything for you to help you understand everything that’s going on and walk threw step by step on how to maintain and operate your car. Might take a little longer then your average shop but its well worth the extra time. BIG THUMBS UP
Here is a dyno pull of the twin turbo Nissan 350Z during dyno tuning when it was at 670 wheel horsepower:
We had the privilege of dyno tuning this beautifully built Nissan 350Z. The setup consisted of a built VQ35DE engine, GTM twin turbo kit with GT2871 turbos, Cosworth intake manifold, HKS 1000cc injectors and a Haltech Pro Plugin standalone engine management system. On 93 octane pump gas we were able to achieve 550whp on our Dyno Dynamics dynamometer, and 624whp on E85 before running out of injector.
GTM TT Nissan 350Z Dyno Chart on E85 fuel:
A combination of bright yellow, and stealthy black intercooler makes for a car that catches your eye but is a sleeper at the same time. When this Nissan 350Z came to us from Oklahoma, it was a strong NA setup making 238 horsepower at the wheels on our Dyno Dynamics. A GTM Twin Turbo kit was selected by the customer, and we began installation along with supporting modifications including Dynosty stage 2 fuel feed and return system, Injector Dynamics ID1000 injectors, Haltech Platinum Pro Plugin 350Z ECU, Haltech dual wideband, boost control, and more. The end result was a smooth-driving 350Z with serious performance when you ask for it. On 93 octane fuel, we dyno tuned the 350Z to 433WHP – stopping there due to the limitation of stock motor. Hopefully we will see this car back in for a built motor and see where the GTM Stage 2 Twin Turbo kit maxes out.
Before/After dyno chart:
This beautiful twin turbo Nissan 350Z came to us from Nashville, TN for the finishing touches and a dyno tune. Twin 63mm Comp Turbos supplied the airflow and Hal dialed in the Haltech standalone to achieve 750WHP along with great driving manners on E85.
Dynosty is proud to be a sponsor of the Lutz Performance / Kenny Kenneth Moen Nissan 350Z competing in the 2012 Formula Drift series. Late last night we identified and corrected a few problems and put a proper dyno tune in the AEM in preparation for the Seattle WA FormulaD event. The VQ35 featured a Brian Crower stroker kit combined with twin Garrett turbos, which yielded great power to 8000+rpm on E85. Best of luck to Kenny Moen and the Lutz Performance team this weekend!
Twin 67mm Precision turbos feed this built 4 liter VQ35 engine, and on the minimum boost setting of 16psi it produces 608WHP on our Dyno Dynamics. A collection of nice parts work together to produce a very smooth and drivable powerband as seen on the dyno charts. The customer picked up the car at our facility in Louisville, KY on a Friday night and spent the evening driving around the city with us before driving it home. A very fast street car and a lot of fun to drive!
2006 Nissan 350Z with modifications including:
4L VQ35DE V6 Engine
SFR Headers with Twin 67mm Turbos
Custom Intercooler, Intakes, and Piping
Cosworth Intake Plenum
Twin Pump Fuel System with ID 2000cc Injectors
Exedy Triple Disc Clutch, which ultimately limited power output as it slipped over 800whp
Haltech Platinum Pro Plug-In Standalone EMS, tuned on E85 by Hal at Dynosty
Twin Turbo Stroker Nissan 350Z Dyno Chart:
Twin Turbo Stroker Nissan 350Z Engine Bay:
Dynosty is proud to again sponsor ZdayZ, and we will have our Dyno Dynamics dyno on site at ZdayZ 2012 at Deals Gap. Be sure to stop by for a free dyno run! We will also have GoPro Hero2 HD video cameras for sale on site.
Dynosty ZdayZ 2012 Schedule (hosted at Fontana Village):
Thursday – Air strip shootout
Friday – Dyno runs 12PM – 5PM
Saturday – Dyno runs 12PM – 5PM
For more info, visit www.zdayz.com
Saturday we had the chance to work on and dyno tune two very nice 350Zs. First, Matt arrived with his silver 2008 Nissan 350Z, powered by a VQ35HR with intake and exhaust. With Uprev pro tuner, Hal was able to improve the drivability through steady state tuning on our Dyno Dynamics, followed by serious horsepower and torque gains by tuning fuel, ignition and both intake and exhaust cams. The result was a 20 horsepower gain, netting 274whp.
While the 2008 350Z was being dyno tuned, Chad arrived from Ohio with his white 2006 ‘panda’ 350Z. It was outfitted with a new Motordyne intake plenum to compliment his intake, headers and exhaust for a free flowing VQ35DE. After the upgrade, it was strapped down to the dyno for the same treatment. The Uprev pro-tuning suite was attached and the ecu calibration was dialed in to Dynosty-spec. The final result was a big gain in power – a very impressive 247whp.
This Nissan 350Z had a self-installed Boosted Performance turbo kit with Precision 62mm turbo and was dropped off for inspection and dyno tune. After a few items were touched and the Z was strapped on our Dyno Dynamics where Hal got to work on the TurboXS Utec ECU. The tune came together quickly at 7psi limited by the boost controller and Tial wastegate spring, yielding 325whp and slightly more torque.