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Old 03-11-2015, 02:00 PM   #46
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Hey guys im new to this and just wanted to ask how can i make my exhaust louder. I have tanabe medalion touring on my g37x sedan. Is there anything that will make it louder and wint give any problem?

I love the tanabe sound but it is about the same loudness as stock just deeper. I would suggest a quality set of high flow cats such as Berk HFCs. They will maintain the exhaust note but increase the loudness to a nice level. Search youtube there is a few vids of this combo on our cars.
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Old 05-14-2015, 07:06 PM   #47
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Thanks Bro....I need to save my money to buy a Stillen Gen 3 ultra long dual intake! lots of good info for a new member. THen maybe after that a catback :-)
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Old 11-12-2015, 12:07 AM   #48
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This a good right up. But what wheels size for you recommend for a 2013 g37 sedan
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Old 12-16-2015, 09:31 PM   #49
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This a good right up. But what wheels size for you recommend for a 2013 g37 sedan
check out the official "Wheel and Tire fitment" threads... look around your answers are already on the site....
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Old 12-25-2015, 11:51 PM   #50
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I'm looking to pick up a G coupe soon and this thread was very useful! Good info.
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Old 03-27-2016, 06:26 AM   #51
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Hey thanks for the post right up, very helpful!
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Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Mike Davis and I'm the new technical sales associate at AAM Competition. We have a variety of upgrades available for the G37 and we are always creating new products. We are almost finished in the R&D stages of an intake manifold that we are fabricating for the VQ37 that is designed to support up to 2500+hp at over 100 PSI. That being said, we are looking for willing volunteers to allow us to use their G37 for R&D for future upgrades and are offering a 50% discount for allowing us to use their car. If you have any questions about this or our other services or just need advice on mods for your G37, don't hesitate to ask. Happy modding.
Sounds cool Mike Davis. This is something i would def be interested in.
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Hello everyone, I'm new to this forum and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Mike Davis and I'm the new technical sales associate at AAM Competition. We have a variety of upgrades available for the G37 and we are always creating new products. We are almost finished in the R&D stages of an intake manifold that we are fabricating for the VQ37 that is designed to support up to 2500+hp at over 100 PSI. That being said, we are looking for willing volunteers to allow us to use their G37 for R&D for future upgrades and are offering a 50% discount for allowing us to use their car. If you have any questions about this or our other services or just need advice on mods for your G37, don't hesitate to ask. Happy modding.
Will it be at your Maryland location? What mods are you doing R&D for?
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Welcome to the forum Mike. Glad to to see that your company has things in development for the G37 platform. However all commercial promotion, solicitation, or advertising on our forum is limited to sponsoring vendors only. Otherwise it's not fair to our forum sponsors who are paying for that privilege.

If you have interest in becoming a sponsoring vendor, contact the advertising guys at Internet Brands. Thanks and good luck with the projects you have in the pipeline.

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Thank you for the link, Betty. I will make sure to contact the group about becoming a vendor. Sorry for the trouble!
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Thank you for the link, Betty. I will make sure to contact the group about becoming a vendor. Sorry for the trouble!
No trouble at all Mike! Glad to have you here. I'd love for more members who work in the aftermarket industry for our community here to give guidance, advice, assistance and technical expertise to our folks.

We can always use more voices to answer questions about wheel offset to get that perfect stance, which intake is the best, and what test pipes are the loudest and won't trigger a MIL.
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Just a tip.. I ended up going through 3 sets of suspension and wheels a mild exhaust and although it performed nice i was never as comfortable or as satisfied as ive been now since im back to the oem shocks exhuast and lowering springs. Yes the car doesnt look as good but it just feels so much better in everyway
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Old 09-02-2016, 02:17 AM   #59
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I'm happy with the mods I have. I make plenty power to
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Just a tip.. I ended up going through 3 sets of suspension and wheels a mild exhaust and although it performed nice i was never as comfortable or as satisfied as ive been now since im back to the oem shocks exhuast and lowering springs. Yes the car doesnt look as good but it just feels so much better in everyway
To each their own. I agree that making changes isn't for everyone, and new members should not expect to get a "OEM Like" ride or smoothness thereafter. There is a reason that Infiniti set the cars up the way they did... ride quality, cabin noise, NVH etc. are all very important to a "Luxury" auto brand.

Ride and aesthetics are very subjective and I caution everyone not to just do what other people like. On the flip side, many of us are chasing the same unicorn... power, handling, and that little bit of sports car harshness that we remember from cars past, or always wanted to have in our youth.

Luckily almost everything can be reversed, and you are very likely to find someone on this forum that will gladly take your lightly used parts off your hands!

Happy Modding
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