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Can anybody provide me with numbers on supercharged FX35s? How much additional power will a supercharger give? Stage-1? Stage-2? What’s the boost level? What about acceleration times? On Stillen web-site all the numbers are for 350Z. I assume that these numbers would be different for FX35 since it has AWD and higher transmission losses. What exactly comes with the kit? I’ve been trying to get Stillen on the phone but no luck yet. Thanks in advance…
 

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One member here has the Stilen SC. See this thread: http://www.infinitifx.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1257

The Stage 1 is not inercooled and will net you around 60RWHP. The Intercooled Stage II system will get you around 100. Drivetrain loss on RWD FX should be around 18% and closer to 28% on AWD. The member above has an AWD (I think) w/ stage II and ran 5.6 sec 0-60 (that's faster than a Cayenne Turbo (5.8 in the mags) and as fast as a 6MT G35c. Stock AWD FX35 runs low 7s 0-60).

If you can afford it and get it into Russia and installed, DO IT.
 

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theres a stage 3 available now.
 

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fx-supra said:
theres a stage 3 available now.
:?: It's not on their website. WTF would a stage 3 consist of, anyway?
 

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probably bundled with the intake and exhaust as stage 3.

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I thought a stage 3 was a pully upgrade to increase the boost.

Edit found this
STILLEN G35 Coupe Stage 3 Intercooled Blower - 6 speed manual transmission.

This kit consists of the Stage 2 Intercooled Blower with the addition of our high boost (7 lb.) Supercharger Pulley (#407350-13R)

In Stage 3 Trim, this Supercharger system will produce approximately 405 hp and 381 lb-ft of Torque. That's an increase over stock of 118 Horsepower and 107 lb-ft of Torque. This power is delivered in a smooth, linear fashion from idle through redline. This Supercharger kit requires that you replace the stock spark plugs with plugs that are 1 heat range colder (see part # NGK7654).

****PLEASE NOTE This pulley will VOID your optional 3 yr / 36,000 mile Engine warranty and your Supercharger is no longer C.A.R.B legal.****
 

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Not worth it, IMO to void the warranty and CARB cert.
 

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Hi I'm new here. Just wondering if anyone has any actual numbers from there 35's. We have a bunch of customers at my work that are interested in the stillen kit, they just want to see actual numbers instead of what stillen Claims. Thanks in advance
 

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stg 3

hey sweet your right stg 3 is a high boost pulley and it gives an additional lb of boost to 7lbs. And yes i did void my warranty by getting this done. The unit is still covered but not my drivetrain. Luckily I have great hooks @ the dealer. The cayanne turbo does beat my fx .The #s 0-60 were from a stop watch. @ the track ran 0-60 6.2 1/4 in 13.4 not bad for a HEAVY AWD.
 

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:shock: What were the conditions at the track? I would hope you could do better than 6.2 0-60 with that thing; ****, I can do 6.4 all day long in 70 deg weather at sea level with my mods.
 

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:shock: What were the conditions at the track? I would hope you could do better than 6.2 0-60 with that thing; ****, I can do 6.4 all day long in 70 deg weather at sea level with my mods.
...but I bet we'd never beat the 13.4s in 1/4mile :p
 

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Still, with the torque available...
 

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average was 6.2 temp was 86 . Runs much better with cooler ambient temp . At that time was runnin with no intercooler pump. did not know it was broken. These units are very temp tempermental. What i need to do is drop this engine in a g35! but i love my fx. PS just ordered the dark wood dash kit from burtman industries in cali. worked out a GB through him if anyone interested. More costly than the other kits but craftmenship much nicer. I did a lot of research on the dash kits, and you dont want to buy crap because once on the panels a bitch to remove! also excellent lifetime warranty on scratches chips blemishes or fade. States 100% garantee to me look @ web site burtman industries.com.
Need some advice on either carbon fiber grey/silver, silver/silver, or burlap dark wood, nice because it does not cover all the alum finish and edges are rounded so cloth will never grab and pull up , also gives more of a factory look . Any advice , opinions? :lol: I have black interior, btw there are 2 diff kits one real carbon , wood , more$ and imitation wood ,fiber.
 

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Just curious on the 0-60 time.Was that hand held or G-Tech since no 60mph trap/clock exists?
 

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Yup, more info on your track numbers.

Maybe the 13.4 was in reference to the Cayenne Turbo, which does run in that range.

It's HIGHLY unlikely to run a mid 13 sec 1/4 mile e.t. and only get a 0-60 time of 6.2 sec.

The only vehicles capable of that have stupid power and basically just spin the tires off at the line.
 

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superchargedIIfx said:
PS just ordered the dark wood dash kit from burtman industries in cali.
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Need some advice on either carbon fiber grey/silver, silver/silver, or burlap dark wood,... Any advice , opinions? :lol: I have black interior, btw there are 2 diff kits one real carbon , wood , more$ and imitation wood ,fiber.
I have the dark bur wood and it looks the same as the pictures he posts around. No problems with it so far after around a year and don't expect any. Just gotta be careful applying it and it would be better to do it on a sunny day so the pieces soften up and will be more pliable or you might have to use a heating source such as a hair dryer.

Might go for the Stillen s/c'er but still biting my time to see results after a bit longer.
 
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