If you drive a G37 and find yourself humming exhaust noises all day ー regardless of how much it annoys your girlfriend, parents or even pets, this article will interest you.
The right exhaust note can make you feel a lot more
involved while driving. It can get you grinning from ear to ear, making you want to drive hard and flat out.
Infiniti’s G series is known for its iconic VQ growl. Most enthusiasts absolutely love it, while some don’t. Since you drive a G37, you’re probably among those who do.
The G37 sounds and performs a lot better than its predecessor; thanks to the dual throttle bodied
VQ37HR engine. You can amplify this with an aftermarket exhaust system.
This guide will help you choose the best G37 exhaust along with a short explanation of the different types available.
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Infiniti had a great run with the G35. It was the perfect car for those who wanted a more luxurious,
grown-up version of the Nissan 350z. It quickly rose to popularity and became the weapon of choice for stance enthusiasts, racers and daily drivers alike.
However, it had its flaws. Not many enthusiasts liked the typical VQ35 sound. The mid-2000s look felt dated, and the engine would feel like it was running out of air beyond 6000 RPM.
Enthusiasts wanted a lot more. They wanted something that’s not just a rebadged, cleaned up Z. Something fast, modern
and practical enough to use every day. And that’s exactly what Infiniti gave us.
2009 marked the introduction of the Infiniti G37. It got the VQ37HR engine, a completely revised “VIP Coupe” look along with a wide range of new features.
Soon after the launch, aftermarket performance parts became readily available, and there was a new modded G on the streets.
In this guide, we’ll show you the best G37 mods on the market along with some tips and recommendations on getting the most out of your car.
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Headers are the first thing your exhaust gas touches when it leaves the engine. Their main purpose is to collect and release exhaust gases as quickly as possible.
The reason why aftermarket headers are popular is that they’re significantly lighter and wider than the stock ones. This means they also generate more power and make your G35 sound better.
Most G35 owners get performance headers as their last upgrade; like icing on a cake. It’s the best way to
complete your naturally aspirated G35 build.
In this guide, we’ll throw some light on the different types of exhaust headers you can buy, and also recommend the best options for your Infiniti G35.
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Engines love cold air; the cooler it is, the more oxygen it can carry and the more power it’ll make. That’s the idea behind cold air intakes; to get cooler air into your engine.
Aftermarket cold air intakes are the cheapest way to do this. This upgrade is especially necessary if you already have other performance modifications in place.
This guide will help you find the best cold air intake for Infiniti G35s, along with an explanation of what cold air intakes do.
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Exhaust; the last stroke of every four-stroke engine. It’s usually the first thing that Infiniti G35 enthusiasts like yourself start tinkering around with.
And why wouldn’t you? Modifying exhausts is cheap, makes your car sound nice and gives you a decent power gain. Not to mention the improved airflow.
However, modifying your exhaust system the right way requires some research and a few pointers in the right direction. That’s what you’ll find in this article.
Aftermarket y-pipes are a must-have for your Infiniti G35. In this guide, we’ll explain what y-pipes do and which ones to get for your Infiniti G35.
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Engines function like air pumps. The more air they draw, the more power they can make. The best way of pumping more air into your engine is through
Superchargers and turbochargers are the two most common ways of doing this. They both compress air but they do it differently.
If you’re looking to boost your Infiniti G35 in a reliable way, getting a supercharger is usually the best way to go.
In this guide, we’ll explain why superchargers are often better than turbos and we’ll list the best kits you can buy for your G35.
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Induction, compression, power, and exhaust; each of these represents a part of the four-stroke engine cycle.
Notice how that list begins with
induction (intake). Forced induction, as the name suggests, is a way of pumping more air into your Infiniti G35’s engine.
More air means more compression, hotter combustion and so, more power. Turbochargers and superchargers are the two most common ways of doing this.
In this guide, you’ll find everything you need to know before getting a turbocharger, and we’ll list the best ones you can find for your G35.
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Getting good at any motorsport requires months of dedicated track time. No matter how careful you are, it is quite likely that you’ll bump into something. That’s a part of the process.
If you’re sick of broken bumpers and bent reinforcement bars, it’s time you get your Miata a set of bash bars.
In this guide, we’ll discuss bash bars and recommend the best one you can buy for your Mazda Miata.
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Body roll sucks, and we know that Mazda MX-5 Miata owners like yourself who love driving agree. More roll means that your car will take longer to respond to your commands.
Eliminating the body roll on your Miata doubles its playfulness and makes it more drivable. The cheapest and easiest way to do this is with an upgraded pair of sway bars.
In this guide, we’ll help you pick a great pair of sway bars for your Miata by listing the best options available on the market.
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