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Old 01-27-2010, 03:34 PM   #26
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Hello guys, we are very happy to assist everyone! Also, we just posted our 'Staged Power and Chassis Upgrades' list here on the forum, so please be sure to reference the list for ideas about which modifications to install in a certain order for maximum reliability and parts compatibility:
http://www.nissangtrclub.com/showthread.php?p=19689

Also, we have many GT-R parts installation articles written and posted here on our website:
http://www.speedforsale.com/pages.php?vid=185

Please let us know if you have any questions, and we look forward to working with everyone!
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Hello Ken....thanks
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Hi Jeremy,

Thanks for the link. I am essentially already done to stage 6 albeit with 2 thing missing - injector and intercooler.

Is it essential to have bigger injector and intercooler at stage 4 and 5, respectively? I would have thought we really don't need them until you start changing the turbo.

Does the Deatschwerks' injector a straight drop in or do we need to put spacer? My next upgrade will be injector and bigger/more efficient radiator.
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Hi Jeremy,

Thanks for the link. I am essentially already done to stage 6 albeit with 2 thing missing - injector and intercooler.

Is it essential to have bigger injector and intercooler at stage 4 and 5, respectively? I would have thought we really don't need them until you start changing the turbo.

Does the Deatschwerks' injector a straight drop in or do we need to put spacer? My next upgrade will be injector and bigger/more efficient radiator.
When you install the injectors (and thus are able to run ~17psi all the way to redline,) we definitely recommend the intercooler and hard pipes, ESPECIALLY if you live in a hot climate! The stock turbos run out of efficiency at high boost levels and high RPM, and thus will quickly start blowing hot air. YOu need to cool this air as much as possible to prevent detonation/etc.

About the fuel injectors, yes they are direct drop in with no need for extra spacers, clips, or wiring.
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Thanks Jeremy ^^

Hi Kamarul, advice from MVP~
We recommend these 700cc drop-in injectors to anyone wanting more than 575awhp. We have seen people squeeze up to 600awhp on stock injectors, but they are absolutely pushing the upper limits of what is called the injector duty cycle, and this is completely unsafe. Do not believe everything you read on the internet, take it from tuning experts with over a decade of turbocharged tuning experience!
810cc drop-in injectors to anyone wanting more than 670awhp.
950cc drop-in injectors to anyone wanting more than 760awhp.
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Norman,

Thxs. That's what i thought. My car dyno'ed at 540whp. That's why I do not think I need bigger injector just yet. Intercooler on the other hand may have the benefit regardless. Cool air contain more O2. So it makes sense.
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I just received a reply from official Dunlop suppliers that they do not intend to bring the OE Dunlop SP Sport 600 DSST due to agreement with NISSAN JP.
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