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CZP Silicone Air Intake Hose Set, VQ35HR VQ37VHR - Nissan 350Z 370Z / Infiniti G35 G37 Q40 Q60

Manufacturer: CZP
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$ 99 00
$ 79 95
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Customer Questions

Question:

Same question for Mishimoto's version: where is the port for the MAF sensor ? - T.J

Answer:

Hi TJ, these just replace the stock accordion hoses. You continue to use the stock MAF housings with these.

Reviews

Rated 4/5 based on 1 customer reviews

For the 370z, driver side pipe will need to be cut to make it fit. I just used a hand saw to cut about 1/2 an inch off on the filter side, not the throttle body side. I just measured against the stock pipe. It will be a tight fit. My low-end torque dropped, but mid and high-end slightly improved. I hope this helps. My next purchase might be k&n drop-in filters and see if that improves my low-end. 4/5 because I needed to cut to make it fit and was not drop in. Difficulty 3/10.

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$ 99 00
$ 79 95
19% off

Product not eligible for promotional or discount codes.

Description

Designed for a perfect fit, these silicone Post-MAF hoses are a direct replacement for the OEM Intake Pipes that connect the factory air box to the throttle bodies.

Compatibility

Our new Compatibility checking feature is still being updated and revised. If you have questions about vehicle fitment, please contact us.

Customer Questions

Question:

Same question for Mishimoto's version: where is the port for the MAF sensor ? - T.J

Answer:

Hi TJ, these just replace the stock accordion hoses. You continue to use the stock MAF housings with these.

Reviews

Rated 4/5 based on 1 customer reviews

For the 370z, driver side pipe will need to be cut to make it fit. I just used a hand saw to cut about 1/2 an inch off on the filter side, not the throttle body side. I just measured against the stock pipe. It will be a tight fit. My low-end torque dropped, but mid and high-end slightly improved. I hope this helps. My next purchase might be k&n drop-in filters and see if that improves my low-end. 4/5 because I needed to cut to make it fit and was not drop in. Difficulty 3/10.

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