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Old 05-06-2017, 12:07 PM   #1  
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NISformance FWD HR Performance CAM testing 2009 Maxima engine 8000 RPM! 334 WHP!

We have been working on getting cams for these 2009 style Maxima engines for over 3 years! The time has finally come!

We also decided to upgrade oil pump to our High volume High rpm pump, this along with valve springs and rod bolts allow us to turn 8000 RPM! Another first for the FWD VQ community!

Horsepower at the wheels 334

Car: 2006 Altima SER 6spd

JWT Prototype cams / Valve springs
NISformance High volume High RPM oil pump
ARP rod bolts
NISformance 3.5 Intake pipe
Haltech ecu
Headers
3 exhaust (open no muffler)
JWT flywheel NISformance stage 3 (6 puck clutch)
NISformance tune

NISformance.com will be the EXCLUSIVE VENDOR of these "FWD HR" 2009 Maxima / 2007 Altima camshafts! We will announce group buy information soon!!!







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So, I'm a full on nerd when it comes to an opportunity to build a spreadsheet. I was curious what a HP vs. MPH curve would look like with these cams taking advantage of the extended red-line. As expected, the results are pretty sweet on the top end.

The "stock" curve is referring to stock cams but the car itself is not stock, it's based on another NISformance dyno with several bolt-ons.



HP vs. MPH chart using stock tire size, 6sp manual, 7000 RPM stock shift point, 7500 RPM JWT shift point
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Nice job!
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so, i'm a full on nerd when it comes to an opportunity to build a spreadsheet. I was curious what a hp vs. Mph curve would look like with these cams taking advantage of the extended red-line. As expected, the results are pretty sweet on the top end.

The "stock" curve is referring to stock cams but the car itself is not stock, it's based on another nisformance dyno with several bolt-ons.



hp vs. Mph chart using stock tire size, 6sp manual, 7000 rpm stock shift point, 7500 rpm jwt shift point

very nice!
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Those are seriously impressive numbers, congrats! I would really like to get an 09+ motor installed in my car, but I'm not sure I want to deal with the hassle of doing an 02/03 harness swap. Any idea what the power curve or numbers would look like if it were running 3.0 timing equipment? I've already got Nistune installed and would like to keep things simple, even if it means giving up some power.
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