Hey Kevin, you should come to the car meet we have going on in Lewisville, November 8th! Did you know about it yet?
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SampakMember Since 27 May 2010
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08 October 2014 - 03:18 PM
08 October 2014 - 03:14 PM
Can't wait to see what my brother's Trans Am puts down now. Last time it was around 297whp mostly bone stock. This time with headers and a dumped exhaust with no tune, we're expecting some loss on the low end and better power up high. This will make for a good baseline to compare how a tune will help (when he gets that done), and what an untuned 'bolt on' setup can do going up from a stock setup.
Oh and be sure to have some ear protection -- that car gets pretty loud!
P.s. time to update your signature/car specs.
29 July 2014 - 08:45 PM
At my dealership we put nitrogen in the tires of all of our cars. I can't say anything with regards to seepage, but I have noticed that nitrogen does result in a lot less "low tire" warnings once cold weather hits.
Ditto at Don Davis Nissan -- when I bought my '09 coupe they mentioned nitrogen in the tires. Something about being lighter and overall better. I still got a TPMS warning light once or twice when the weather changed over night but nothing repetitive. First and last car with TMPS + Nitrogen that I'm aware of, so I can't say if it was better or not in any aspect.
29 July 2014 - 08:40 PM
Welcome! I used to have a Nissan a year ago. Drove nothing but Nissans since '01 unti lthen (if you don't count my Neon which was my first and last foray into domestics).
BTW did David mention he prefers techs tighten his oil pan bolt with air tools? If you want to stay in his good graces and all...
27 April 2014 - 01:08 PM
Sampak, I'm on my phone and can't see images. What were the numbers?!?!
Hey man, sorry I came in much later in the afternoon so couldn't meet up. But yah my car put down 239hp/237tq. Torque's lower by ~15 ft-lbs than I thought, but might have been due to needing to start the pulls at over 4k RPM to avoid autotragic downshift.
Must say it was way better than I expected from my old car + Mustang's notorius reputation with lower figures haha.