If you guessed it was a Nissan 350Z, you’re correct! While stock 350Z’s will make around 230WHP on this dyno, you’re looking at around 250WHP with simple bolt-ons. Unfortunately, this setup could only must uper about 2 PSI, which was good for 260 WHP.
That's the compressor charge pipe, which runs the length of the car, of course, as does the turbo up-pipe on other side. One would have to think lag city, but hey at least it's an easy installation. Just don't lower your car too much!
So, can anyone guess what this is off of? If you care to let us know what you guessed in the comments section (be honest), we're curious. You can find out what it's really from below, under the Sources list.
That concludes this part of our Project Supra series, and we hope to have another update soon.
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And regarding the trivia question behind that red turbocharged vehicle above, here you go!
Okay, so it was shot it in a way to trick you just a bit, but if you guessed the turbo belonged to a tractor then major kudos to your engine knowledge! This tractor sits on my wife’s uncle’s farm and I just couldn’t help myself when I saw that little rusting snail sitting on the side.
Thanks for reading. Stay tuned!