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Old 05-03-2017, 09:22 AM   #31
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Curious how this would change for 7AT sedan if such kit existed, I would imagine transmission would need to have some upgrades.
Yes that is correct. We offer the Fast Intentions updated clutch plates that were used in the world record 7AT 370z FI TT (10.87 seconds in the quarter mile). Been on the car pushing over 600whp for over a year with zero issues
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I'll be nice and share the spreadsheet I created. A majority of the info I got from Kevin @ Fast Intentions. If anything is missing/not right, that can be blamed on me. I think that's about everything unless you're going to do a full engine build as well. The labor rate is just an approximation.


Speaking from experience, this is very accurate, assuming you don't need an exhaust. There are other little things you could do, but this hits the main points. Make sure you have a backup means of transportation as there are always kinks in the beginning that need worked out. GET A GOOD TUNE. Do it right once.
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Speaking from experience, this is very accurate, assuming you don't need an exhaust. There are other little things you could do, but this hits the main points. Make sure you have a backup means of transportation as there are always kinks in the beginning that need worked out. GET A GOOD TUNE. Do it right once.
+1 on this. You're looking at $20-25K ish for a build with clutch, exhaust, labor and other random stuff depending on what you have already. Drift Office had me at 60 hours of labor, I think it might have actually been more but they threw a bone or two.

Also though, as a prerequisite make sure your suspension, wheels/tires, and driveline can put that power down and keep you on the road.
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+1 on this. You're looking at $20-25K ish for a build with clutch, exhaust, labor and other random stuff depending on what you have already. Drift Office had me at 60 hours of labor, I think it might have actually been more but they threw a bone or two.

Also though, as a prerequisite make sure your suspension, wheels/tires, and driveline can put that power down and keep you on the road.


Nice! Another FI TT G! Quick question, do you know what Tial spring is in your BOVs? My Tial's flutter a little. The unpainted spring (which should be perfect based on vacuum at idle) is open at idle, but dumps perfectly. The yellow, one step up, flutters a little, but seems to release quickly. Sadly, my original installer put brown in which is 1 step stiffer than yellow, so it really fluttered then.
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Nice! Another FI TT G! Quick question, do you know what Tial spring is in your BOVs? My Tial's flutter a little. The unpainted spring (which should be perfect based on vacuum at idle) is open at idle, but dumps perfectly. The yellow, one step up, flutters a little, but seems to release quickly. Sadly, my original installer put brown in which is 1 step stiffer than yellow, so it really fluttered then.
Let me double check but yes my installer ordered a stiffer BOV spring too.
Whether it was yellow or brown I don't know. They also routed the vacuum line for the BOVs in a different way than FI's install guide. I'm pretty sure they are routed to my intake manifold instead of the charge pipes. My BOV also flutters at low throttle/boost, typically while parking. It's like a soft whistle.
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Any update on other G37's getting TT'ed?
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This won't work on the 5AT HR will it?
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Are oil restrictors used for the gtx2860rs turbos? And if so what size orfice ?
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