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Old 11-04-2012, 02:37 AM
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Question Blox vs Motordyne Plenum spacer. Inputs

Hey guys-
Many people claim MD is better proven on dyno then Blox,inputs?

I know a lot of people want to know, why there is a difference when they both do the same thing?

I don't understand how there can be such a difference just by the manufacturer? Any feedback here? I understand the materials are different, but the blox is also thermal,and NASA quality for heat, then why the difference? If it let in more heat,higher temps could make a difference,but i don't see that being possible here?

also,why do some kits come with the manifold gasket when you buy the plenum spacer,and some don't? is that a must to change when doing this upgrade?

Any input will be helpful to myself,as many other im sure.

A big thanks in Advance
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go to the motordyne website and check out their dyno's. or actually search on here cause there are plenty of threads discussing this


btw motordyne is the way to go, top of the line intake/exhaust parts for the g35's
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Motordyne. Proven results across all products they sell from what I've seen. Some guy on the forums said a part of his blox spacer melted into the plenum or something like that.
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search. look at the posted dyno's for each and then make your decision. not that hard...
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I got MD on mine G, the car sounds like a monster now lol

Didnt bother looking at anything else. As mentioned above they seem to be the leading brand when it comes to G35/350z intake/exhaust parts
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I don't understand how there can be such a difference just by the manufacturer? Any feedback here?
A big thanks in Advance
Motordyne parts are designed by a rocket scientist, Blox are not. Any more questions?
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