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CZP 75mm Hitachi Throttle Body Straight Adapter Kit V2, VQ35DE - Nissan 350Z / Infiniti G35 FX35 M35 - BACK IN STOCK!!!

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Question:

What is the slight modification required to install this throttle body on the Kinetix V+ plenum? Thanks! - Bruce

Answer:

Hi Bruce, with the V+ Plenum, there is one bolt on the perimeter of the plenum that interferes with one bolt head on the throttle body. The easiest solution would be to countersink the hole on the plenum and run a countersunk head bolt.

Question:

Hey, I was wondering if this would work with the Ingen CAI for the 04. It seems like the bolt down areas would change due to the spacers. - Tylor

Answer:

It still fits, there's enough margin of adjustment in the couplers. The trickiest part is you usually have to stretch the coupler pretty good to fit it over the throttle body.

Question:

Do I need to plug the water necks on the throttle body if Im installing on oem plenum? - Alexandre

Answer:

You can leave them open. And in fact, we recommend removing them (they're just pressed in) to make installation easier.

Question:

Can i run this throttle body kit on my g35 without a tune? - Jorge

Answer:

Plug and Play, no Tuning Required.

Question:

What would be the differences in power and torque Without a tune? - Juan Sanchez

Answer:

Depending on the dyno, most cars see around 15whp.

Question:

What is the difference between V1 and V2? - Jeffery Donald

Answer:

Hey Jeffery, V2 makes some minor improvements that make assembly easier. The O-rings are a tighter fit, and the machining tolerances are tighter, and the overall fit/finish is nicer.

Question:

"Will fit the V+ plenum with slight modification.........." What kind of modification? - charles

Answer:

Hi Charles, one of the bolt heads on the throttle body ends up directly above one of the bolts that holds the plenum down. You can either grind down the bolt head on the TB side, not run the bolt on the plenum (there are enough adjacent it's usually fine), or the best option is to countersink the bolt hole on the plenum and replace the bolt with a countersunk head bolt.

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