08 350Z HR GREDDY TT 470 @ 12 psi

This is one of my friends (Dave) 08 350Z (VQ35HR) producing 470 RWHP before a retune. These #'s are much lower than a Dynojet, Mustang Dyno, and even a Dyno Dynamics. 12 psi greddy 20G TT kit, Brian Crower Rods, CP pistons, stock crankshaft, stock cams. BASELINE PULL

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