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This is a discussion on Raced a stillen supercharged 350z tonight.. within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by renichms Sweet Jesus...I like that car. RN Hell yes. 459whp...mmmm....

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    Originally posted by renichms
    Sweet Jesus...I like that car.

    RN
    Hell yes. 459whp...mmmm.

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    my boner wont go away... leaving the computer to call the emergency room
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    my boner wont go away... leaving the computer to call the emergency room
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    The stillen S/c produces more torque down low than the ati or the vortech, b/c the stillen S/c is a eaton root type S/C.
    More torque = better drag car.
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    I saw a Greddy TTed 350Z at a local meet a couple weeks ago. It looked nice. The guy even complemented me on my wagon

    I didnt realize they were that expensive to install and all.

    Anyways the Eaton type superchargers are not efficient at all. They are great because they make for a nice fat torque band. Any dynos from Eaton-charged cars are beautiful. Nice flat torque curve and a very linear HP curve, but IMO twin screw or centrifugal superchargers are the way to go. Most of the high HP Lightnings and Cobras swap over to a twin screw SC because it is much more efficient.
    13.2 @105 with the old auto. Now rockin a 4.44 standard tranny.

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