Kinetix V+ Plenum

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Kinetix V+ Plenum

Postby pointagrouse » Thu May 29, 2008 8:17 pm

Intake Manifold - Kinetix V+ PlenumInstallation difficulty - MediumInstall time - 2 - 2.5 hrsCost - approx. $300Advantages - More HP and torqu (they claim 14 rwhp, but probably closer to 10 rwhp at peak)Disadvantages - The engine cover won't fit.

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Re: Kinetix V+ Plenum (pointagrouse)

Postby dasoupdude » Fri May 30, 2008 7:01 am

bleh who needs the cover anyway lol

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Re: Kinetix V+ Plenum (Dasoupdude)

Postby TeflonG35 » Sat May 31, 2008 6:47 am

The plenum is also made of a different material then stock and seems to stay alot cooler. The website says 50 degrees cooler then the aluminum plenums. I believe that statement. After running the car hard for a long duration of time i can pop the hood and put my hand on the plenum and it is only warm to the touch. Now if you touch the stock plenum after the same run you might end up with some burns.

Only down side is that i wish it looked a little nicer.

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Re: Kinetix V+ Plenum (pointagrouse)

Postby coolbratva » Sat Sep 06, 2008 7:24 pm

Hey didn't anybody try to put the cover from 350z it looks like it would fit. Could look descent.

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Re: Kinetix V+ Plenum (coolbratva)

Postby tollboothwilley » Fri Jan 02, 2009 7:27 am

I think the 350z cover would fit. I would also paint the V+ for that added touch.

Teflon, what did you do with your stock plenum?

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