Jesse94 wrote:do you have different "levels" of kits? how much for a 2003 infiniti g35 sedan. any color, preferably cheapest though, not picky.
EDIT: Also shipped to central florida 33823. Possibly interested.
The different "levels" of kits are listed on the first post. Actually just about all of the answers are there including pricing.
Price for a G35 kit (I'm assuming 5AT) is $110 shipped.
As for the dyno crap
First off, dyno's vary by a "cute" margin between pulls. Some are very consistent. Some cars are very consistent. Other dynos or cars swing around 5 or so hp per pull.
A few things to consider. A grounding kit isn't going to give you crazy numbers. If it gives you what a typical intake does, that's a lot. The benefits are more in drivablity, throttle response, idle smoothness, transmission response, and electrical efficiency. VDC is no longer as obtrusive either.
I'm only saying all of this because I've had to defend this product for the past 2-3 years and I've only had 2 or possibly 3 customers out of hundreds who have been like "it didn't do anything". I specifically told one of the guys "My kit WILL NOT fix your transmission problems. You have a serious transmission issue." He insisted on buying a kit despite 2 or 3 conversations where I told him it wouldn't help. Then came back and said, "It didn't do anything". WELL NO DUH!!! I think he had early transmission failure.
This thread isn't dead. I just haven't been getting email notifications since the transition to the new forum software.
infiniti_lineup wrote:Is this thread still active? Can we get some R&D on a grounding kit for the 2006-2010 Infiniti M45?
If Jesse hasn't renewed the skepticism that I spent months debating about, then yes. I'm ALWAYS happy to start R&D for a new kit design.