i believe with the turbo kits you tap the oil pan also (or they come with a pretapped one) so dont let this sway your opinion
Originally posted by Cat2102@Oct 21 2004, 09:07 PM
Also, If money wasn't an issue, i would go APS; but it is. I am growing impatient and really want to boost my car now. If i were to get APS, I would have to wait a year maybe. Plus, I am just scared to run Turbo kits without changing the stock internals.... so that is more money. This is also my daily driver.
Originally posted by badmammajamma@Oct 22 2004, 09:09 PM
Can the APS TT work with a G35 coupe?
whats the general opinion on the two as far as a choice ???? im leaning more towards the Vortech but im goin more towards it due to popularity LOL
what makes one better than the other?????
I think in the case of the intercooler, SFR/SSR engineering has made a twin intercooler setup that you should be able to merge with the APS TT system. The Twin intercooler is made for the G35's split bumper.Have a chat to the guys at MRC and I'm sure they will be pleased to assist you and they live and breathe nisssan 350Z and G35 cars.
In short the APS 350 Z Intercooled Twin Turbo system can be installed to the G35 though a new front air dam/nose cone will need to be installed also to supply sufficient air flow to the large APS air to air front mount intercooler.
I believe therte are at least 3 different aftermarket front nose cones (greddy has a nice part ) which can be easily purchased in the US for this application. :thumbsup:
If you need any other help or advise your most welcome to pm me.
Good decision. If I wasn't going with an N/A setup with Nitrous I would be putting on the APS TT's.Yeah, I am going to wait and save up for an APS kit. It is the best one out there IMHO, so why dodge out and get a Vortech. Although it will take me a little longer to go FI, might as well get what I want right!?