The Dynosty VQ35DE Catch Can Kit is an easy way to get the oily crankcase vapors out of your Nissan 350Z’s intake and into a large vented catch can. The kit features a billet aluminum mounting bracket and braided AN hoses to make the installation quick and easy while giving a great look to the front of your VQ35 engine. Includes drain hose that reaches to the bottom of the engine for easy draining while changing the oil in your Z.
Coming to us from NY, Mark’s 2005 Infiniti G35 arrived with a full tank of 93 octane gasoline. We proceeded to load it on the dyno at our facility in Louisville, KY for a complete dyno tune. After calibrating drivability and low boost tuning, it was time to see what the 3.5L built VQ35 could do. The commands were sent down the line, from Hal to the Haltech, to the boost controller, to the wastegates… and the twin 58mm Precision Turbos were brought up to ~20psi. The result was an impressive, record-setting 742HP at the wheels and 592TQ. Congratulations Mark on a well put together setup and truly impressive numbers on a pump gas 3.5L VQ build.
This stealthy Infiniti G35 came to Dynosty with a Vortech supercharger wanting more power. We prepared a two step plan to meet the customer’s requests and budget. Phase 1 included a Dynosty built 3.5L VQ35DE engine, turbo kit, minor fuel upgrades, and suspension/wheels/tires. The result is a very solid-footed car that plants over 600 Horsepower to the ground on 93octane pump gas.
Stay tuned for Phase 2 which will include further fuel upgrades to support E85 and more power.
Dynosty 3.5L VQ35DE Engine with CP Pistons, Carrillo Rods, Tomei Cams
Haltech Platinum Pro Plugin 350Z ECU with Wideband Controller and Advanced Boost Control
Dynosty Pro Tune with Advanced Traction Control
Boosted Performance Twin Scroll Turbo Kit with PTE 6766 Turbocharger
Tial Wastegates and Blow Off Valve
Bilstein Coilover Suspension
Enkei Wheels with 315 Wide MT ET Street Radial Tires
Customer Testimonial: Kevin B of IN, January 23, 2014:
Dynosty does excellent work. They are consummate professionals and take the time to help you make the best decisions when upgrading your ride. Hands down best around for Nissan/Infiniti upgrades and tuning.
Dynosty is the Nissan specialist with many years of development and building Nissan VQ and VR series engines. Contact Dynosty when you are in need of a new engine for your Nissan 350Z, Nissan 370Z or R35 Nissan GT-R. We have you covered from naturally aspirated factory rebuild or a high performance 1000+hp setup. Built motor packages range from assembled short block to complete engine packages with heads, timing systems, pans, covers ready to drop in.
Other engines include 4 6 and 8 cylinder engines both import and domestic, such as Chevrolet LS1, LS2, LS3, LS6, LS7, LSX, Honda K20, Nissan VG, RB, SR, VQ, VR,Toyota 2JZ-GTE, 3SGTE, and more.
Contact Dynosty today to get your performance engine build started.
Ray’s Nissan 350Z originally came to us from New Jersey for a tune years ago. After making 400+HP for a couple years it was time for more power, at which time a Dynosty built VQ35DE was spec’d out. The build motor was installed, along with a revised Boosted Performance mid mount turbo kit, Precision Turbo billet 76mm turbo, and a Dynosty E85 fuel system with CJM twin pump (255/485). After calibrating the Haltech Pro Plugin standalone the result was an impressive 934WHP on E85.
934WHP 350Z Dyno Pull Video:
Nissan 350Z Dyno Chart:
Last year we installed a custom twin Garrett GTX28 turbo setup on this G35 and managed 583HP at the wheels through a fully built GTM automatic transmission (previous blog post here). The turbo kit had more to give, but the transmission and engine were at their limits. This year the Infiniti G35 coupe returned to us for a fresh VQ35DE motor build, 6 speed manual transmission conversion, suspension upgrades and more. Here are a few pictures of the performance modifications and final dyno results.
Customer Testimonial: Raj D of NC, August 21, 2012:
Many thanks to Hal, Dustin, and the crew at Dynosty for a job well done. How would I rate the experience? They get an A for customer service, A for integrity, A for knowledge/expertise, A for workmanship/quality. Only nick in the armor is that I’d give them a B for meeting time expectations as I ended up missing ZdayZ, though I was warned that that might happen. It was a complex build (details like fuel voltage regulation, oil return, etc I haven’t mentioned among other nice touches) but still I was given hope it would be done in time. They did work hard to try to meet that deadline but they would not release the car half done or untested, and well, the result is what it is. Bottom line, they have earned my trust and my future business.
The car has been tuned to perfection. It starts and drives perfectly – no hiccups, no hesitation – just smooth power to redline. I cannot feel any transmission issues while on the road. It pulls much better up top than it used to, spools just about as quickly, and has so much room to grow.
G35 Twin Turbo Engine Bay with Cosworth VQ35 Intake Plenum
G35 6 Speed Manual Transmission Conversion from Automatic
Bilstein Suspension custom machined for Exotic Air 3″ Piston for front end lift over speed bumps and curbs
RPS Billet Carbon Carbon Twin Disc Clutch and Flywheel
Twin Turbo G35 Dyno Chart Comparison of 93 octane, E85 and exhaust dumps
ARP L19 Headstuds for the Nissan 350Z and Infiniti G35 VQ35DE engine are in stock! Call today to order a set for your build, 502-384-8882! These fit 2003-2006 Nissan 350Z and Infiniti G35s with the VQ35DE engine, as well as other applications that share the VQ35DE.
Also available, ARP Main Studs for VQ35DE.
Saturday we had the chance to work on and dyno tune two very nice 350Zs. First, Matt arrived with his silver 2008 Nissan 350Z, powered by a VQ35HR with intake and exhaust. With Uprev pro tuner, Hal was able to improve the drivability through steady state tuning on our Dyno Dynamics, followed by serious horsepower and torque gains by tuning fuel, ignition and both intake and exhaust cams. The result was a 20 horsepower gain, netting 274whp.
While the 2008 350Z was being dyno tuned, Chad arrived from Ohio with his white 2006 ‘panda’ 350Z. It was outfitted with a new Motordyne intake plenum to compliment his intake, headers and exhaust for a free flowing VQ35DE. After the upgrade, it was strapped down to the dyno for the same treatment. The Uprev pro-tuning suite was attached and the ecu calibration was dialed in to Dynosty-spec. The final result was a big gain in power – a very impressive 247whp.
Quick comparison while assembling two Nissan 350Z VQ35DE motors… Carrillo Rods vs Eagle Rods. What’s in your motor?