G35 Sedan 13.7@102 1/4 Mile Pass
2004 G35 Sedan 1/4 Mile Pass. Bolt Ons + Tune. This pass is a 13.7@102,
Car ran 13.6@102 with harder launch (1.9 60ft)later that night.
Modded 2010 Maxima vs stock 2007 G35 sedan in Qatar.
In this video My stock G35 (V36) and modified Maxima 2010
Y-pipe (not remember the brand)
K&N Short ram as I think.
These runs held in Qatar. I advice all racers to race in closed courses :)
Hope you enjoyed.
G35 vs. Hyundai Genesis and Mustang GT
5at G35 Coupe (Test pipes, Intake, Grounding kit, Tune) vs Genesis Coupe
3.8 (Intake/Exhaust) and Mustang GT(Unknown Mods)
Pics of my g35:
AUTO '03 MUSTANG GT 25-105 MPH
Bone stock on this run. Pretty slow right? Not for long though...
Some info I want to share about this run:
- The tires have the same mileage as the car
- The road is curved to the left
- The road is pretty bumpy
- 245/45 R17 tires
- Half tank
G35 vs Supra
A modified Supra runs into a group of modified G35s, then lines up with a
Vortech supercharged G at a light.
The honks at the beginning are when we first notice the Supra, even though
you can't see it from where my camera is mounted. We give him an open lane,
he bites, and things get pretty crazy from there.
Edit: Camera car = Saturn Sky Red Line
Stillen Gen3 Ultra Long Intake installed on 2007 G35 Sedan V36 (VQ35HR)
Finally got around to installing my Stillen Gen3 Intake the other day and
took some video in the process. Reports were that the intake was a real
bear to install--that proved to be correct!!! The hard part was trying to
get the pipes aligned to minimize any potential rubbing. It took a lot of
fiddling, but I think I got it as good as it can be.
The intake looks great in the engine bay, makes beautiful noise when you
get on the throttle (but not too loud in-cabin), and makes impressive power
at high RPM. Fitment could be better, but all in all, kudos Stillen!
* Bumper cover removal - I did not remove it but to get the drivers end
pipe in, some minor scratching to the middle of the pipe will occur.
* Enlarging holes - a dremel would have worked (esp. multipurpose cutting
drill bit or cutting wheel and flex extension) but I got a new tool
recently, the Rockwell SoniCrafter which you may have seen on TV--made
plunge cuts really really easy!
* Filter bracket placement - final location (video segment was NOT final
position) was 3rd hole from the top (and oriented with holes up)--one hole
below the one shown in the video, with the bracket oriented up instead of
* Filter shield - the center brace is somewhat in the way when attaching
the shield to the passenger side filter as instructed. I chose to mount it
to the driver's side filter (switched longer bolt on passenger filter to
Not in video:
* Horn - stock position is in the way. Remove the bracket for the
install. At the end, re-install and bend the bracket back to clear the end
* Intake ducts behind core support - on 10mm bolt removal + 2 plastic
clips and they are free to remove.
* Intake resonators - located below stock filter box. Just push back
metal retainer and they will be free to remove.
* Rubber hose - cut off pieces and place where you think rubbing may
occur, such as the metal in back of the core support holes and on top of
the a/c lines in front of the core support.
Install: 5/10 (difficult to achieve perfect fitment but technically easy)
Quality: 9/10 (K&N filters, polished mandrel bent pipe, quality clamps)
Sound: 9/10 (nice roar when you get on it, quiet otherwise; quieter
in-cabin than most cone filter setups)
Power: 9/10 (more peak HP than any other intake for the G35--except maybe
fellow G35driver.com enthusiasts