G35 with full custom exhaust LOUD
A friend's G35 with a custom Exhaust
(True dual leading to X pipe with single resonator then straight pipes
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MotorDyne Shockwave Dual & V2 TDX comparison
Motordyne Shockwave V2 TDX and Motordyne Shockwave Dual))) Exhaust comparison. Both have Motordyne ART
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Sisters install an Injen Cold Air Intake - 2008 Infiniti G35 / G37
Injen Cold Air Intake Installed by Females on a 2008 Infiniti G35S
Sisters, Angel and Riki install an Injen Cold Air intake on their 2008
Infiniti G35S Sedan. At the time this video was recorded, the vehicle did
not have any other modifications. What you are seeing and hearing is purely
the result of an Injen intake in conjunction with a stock engine (VQ35HR)
and muffler. Injen is known world-wide for their superior product quality
and fitment. This entire installation took under 3 hours with no snags
whatsoever. It was an extremely easy and straight forward. As an end
result, there was a noticeable increase in power, torque and audible level.
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Magnaflow Exhaust Installation - 2005 Infiniti G35 - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
Today we are going to be installing Magnaflow Performance Exhaust system part number 16641on a 2005
Infiniti G35 Coupe. Before we get started we want to go ahead and
disconnect the negative terminal off the battery. The battery is located
behind this panel here on the upper left-hand side of the engine
compartment. This going to allow the computer to reset so when we get the
new Exhaust system on it will
reconfigure itself to the new Exhaust.
And we will go underneath the vehicle and start disconnecting the old Exhaust. This is a Cat Black system so we
will be moving the Exhaust tips all
the way up to the disconnect point behind the catalytic converter. So we
need to unbolt the flange here from these two bolts and we are also going
to need to remove the Exhaust off all
its hangers as well. The rubber hangers we are going to be using are
located right here, right here, right here, and right here. Using a spray
lubricant on the rubber hangers will make the removal of those a lot
easier. You are going to want to save the rubber hangers because we will be
reusing those for the re-installation.
And then also here just forward of the main Exhaust you want to disconnect the ground wire
off of the post here. We can go ahead and start disassembling it. I
defiantly recommend spraying down all the bolts first with a lubricant like
a WD40 because these will likely be rusted. This will help ease the removal
of the nuts. Next we are going to go to the flange just rear of the Exhaust and go ahead and remove the ground
strap. Okay now we will remove the Exhaust from all of the hangers. With all the
rubber hangers removed you can go ahead and take the Exhaust system out. The first piece we are going
to go ahead and put in place is the one nearest the catalytic converter.
Just going to be bolted to the flange, you want to make sure you have the
gasket in place here. We do want to make sure the slight bend here goes
toward the driver side. We want to leave everything fairly loose for the
time being until we get it all installed and then we can tighten it all
Okay next we are going to put the second inlet piece in. You want the side
with the rubber hanger to be facing the drivers side, it is going to attach
right here. Then we are going to take one of the clamps that are provided
with the installation kit and slide it over the inlet tube here over the
end with the notches cut out of it. Go ahead and take that, and slide it
over, slide it all the way in. All right go ahead and attach it to the
rubber hanger here. Then we slide the clamp over and again we are just
going to loosely install it for the time being. What I am going to do is
manipulate it in and out of the inlet tube until that rubber hanger is
facing straight up and down. Before I put the muffler on I am actually
going to pre-install the clamp over this inlet tube because once the
muffler is in place it is going to be tough to manipulate around there.
Then we are going to go ahead and install the muffler itself. In
preparation I went ahead and in the area where the muffler goes I went
ahead and put all of the the rubber hangers back on the vehicle itself. Now
that I have the muffler adjusted and properly into place I can go ahead and
install our other clamp. I am going to go ahead and install with the
threads on the upper side on each of them. And with that loosely installed
I can go ahead and start tightening everything down. When tightening down
you want to start with the forward most bolts and work your way rearward.
Last thing you want to do is go ahead and re-secure our grounding strap. To
do that we are just going to be using the protruding threads from our clamp
here at the rear most attaching point. Just slide that over and re-install
it with the lock nut that is provided with the installation kit. With the
grounding strap on again you just want to make sure all of our hangers are
secure and our installation will be complete. This Exhaust system was designed to make the car
sound louder. Here is how it sounded before. And here is how it sounds now.
And that will conclude the installation of part number 16641 on a 2005
Infiniti G35 Coupe.
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