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Hello! I run a parts company that specializes in the niche Nissan scene. I produce parts for the Juke Turbo, Sentra Turbo, and even the current gen altima. I just started on parts for the current gen altima and am looking for owners who would be interested in being test cars for parts or even bring their car by to have some R and D done on them. I am releasing engine mount inserts for the PR25DD altima tonight, and will be working on a few exhaust components this weekend.

Located half hour south of Boston.
Really looking for some turbo altima's, as there is nothing of note on the market for the car and that really is a shame.

My website: FastReligion
 

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Hello! I run a parts company that specializes in the niche Nissan scene. I produce parts for the Juke Turbo, Sentra Turbo, and even the current gen altima. I just started on parts for the current gen altima and am looking for owners who would be interested in being test cars for parts or even bring their car by to have some R and D done on them. I am releasing engine mount inserts for the PR25DD altima tonight, and will be working on a few exhaust components this weekend.

Located half hour south of Boston.
Really looking for some turbo altima's, as there is nothing of note on the market for the car and that really is a shame.

My website: FastReligion
Hello! I run a parts company that specializes in the niche Nissan scene. I produce parts for the Juke Turbo, Sentra Turbo, and even the current gen altima. I just started on parts for the current gen altima and am looking for owners who would be interested in being test cars for parts or even bring their car by to have some R and D done on them. I am releasing engine mount inserts for the PR25DD altima tonight, and will be working on a few exhaust components this weekend.

Located half hour south of Boston.
Really looking for some turbo altima's, as there is nothing of note on the market for the car and that really is a shame.

My website: FastReligion
Man i have a 2020 sr turbo but sadly live in north California, what kind of performance parts are you trying to make like intakes and exhausts cause the market is limited to non existent right now, magma flow was set to make one but now the product page is just blank.
 

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Man i have a 2020 sr turbo but sadly live in north California, what kind of performance parts are you trying to make like intakes and exhausts cause the market is limited to non existent right now, magma flow was set to make one but now the product page is just blank.
The plan would be to see what looks worst for performance on the car. Second cat pipes, downpipes, intakes, and intercoolers, and working from there. I also need to get my hands on a turbo altima to see how hard installs on certain parts would be. For example: On the Sentra turbo/Juke V2 the downpipe requires removing the engine to install, so I do not sell a lot of those, maybe 1 a month. Knowing that was going to be the case I designed that last for performance on those cars.

I also have the ability to cast my own bushings and inserts, so chassis stuff is on the list. The NA AWD altima I have access to it owned by my wife, so I cannot go too far with the chassis stuff, as it needs to be comfortable for her and my daughter to be in, but i can use it for some stuff.
 

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The plan would be to see what looks worst for performance on the car. Second cat pipes, downpipes, intakes, and intercoolers, and working from there. I also need to get my hands on a turbo altima to see how hard installs on certain parts would be. For example: On the Sentra turbo/Juke V2 the downpipe requires removing the engine to install, so I do not sell a lot of those, maybe 1 a month. Knowing that was going to be the case I designed that last for performance on those cars.

I also have the ability to cast my own bushings and inserts, so chassis stuff is on the list. The NA AWD altima I have access to it owned by my wife, so I cannot go too far with the chassis stuff, as it needs to be comfortable for her and my daughter to be in, but i can use it for some stuff.
Can you tell us more about the air intakes?
I just recently thought about installing a cold air intake on my Altima.
I'm far from an expert on this, but I found a list that is quite interesting:https://gmbbodyforum.com/best-cold-air-intake-for-nissan-altima
What do you think?
I would be interested to hear your opinion.
 

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So, your altima is not the same generation I will be focusing on. You have the old QR25 gen 2 in your car, the Altima's I will be making parts for have the new PR25 in them. I NEVER suggest COLD air intakes. They are extremely dangerous to have when you are daily driving a vehicle. Short ram intakes on the other side can help smooth air flow into the plenum and help with things like throttle response and mid-range torque. This theory really only applies to naturally aspirated engines though. Turbocharged vehicles see very little benefit from a "Cold" air intake for various other reasons.
 

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Hello! I run a parts company that specializes in the niche Nissan scene. I produce parts for the Juke Turbo, Sentra Turbo, and even the current gen altima. I just started on parts for the current gen altima and am looking for owners who would be interested in being test cars for parts or even bring their car by to have some R and D done on them. I am releasing engine mount inserts for the PR25DD altima tonight, and will be working on a few exhaust components this weekend.

Located half hour south of Boston.
Really looking for some turbo altima's, as there is nothing of note on the market for the car and that really is a shame.

My website: FastReligion
I own a gen 6 2019 S i live 25 minutes south of Boston if that is any help to you on making parts
 

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I own a gen 6 2019 S i live 25 minutes south of Boston if that is any help to you on making parts
Hello! So, the s has the NA 2.5 engine in it. Currently we have a 2.5 altima at our disposal and is the car we have been testing our products on. If you are interested in having something made that we do not yet offer, feel free to email us at [email protected]
 

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Hello! I run a parts company that specializes in the niche Nissan scene. I produce parts for the Juke Turbo, Sentra Turbo, and even the current gen altima. I just started on parts for the current gen altima and am looking for owners who would be interested in being test cars for parts or even bring their car by to have some R and D done on them. I am releasing engine mount inserts for the PR25DD altima tonight, and will be working on a few exhaust components this weekend.

Located half hour south of Boston.
Really looking for some turbo altima's, as there is nothing of note on the market for the car and that really is a shame.

My website: FastReligion
I have a 2020 Nissan Altima SR AWD 2.5L n looking for stainless steel headers n downpipe, lowering springs, Eibach do not fit n polyurethane motor mounts n suspension bushings and any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Hello! I run a parts company that specializes in the niche Nissan scene. I produce parts for the Juke Turbo, Sentra Turbo, and even the current gen altima. I just started on parts for the current gen altima and am looking for owners who would be interested in being test cars for parts or even bring their car by to have some R and D done on them. I am releasing engine mount inserts for the PR25DD altima tonight, and will be working on a few exhaust components this weekend.

Located half hour south of Boston.
Really looking for some turbo altima's, as there is nothing of note on the market for the car and that really is a shame.

My website: FastReligion
I have a 2022 altima 2.o turbo contact me im in savannah ga [email protected]
 

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Can you tell us more about the air intakes?
I just recently thought about installing a cold air intake on my Altima.
I'm far from an expert on this, but I found a list that is quite interesting:https://gmbbodyforum.com/best-cold-air-intake-for-nissan-altima
What do you think?
I would be interested to hear your opinion.
Your Altima already has an excellent factory cold air intake; which was designed by Nissan engineers. Whatever aftermarket CAI you install is not going to give you more HP; on the contrary you'll probably have less HP then standard. Many CAI's draw in hot air from the engine compartment - not good. Also the oil impregnated filters can mess up the MAF with an oil mist.

However if you like the noise of an aftermarket CAI, then go for it.
 

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totally agree with rogoman. I believe gain of 2-5hp can be expected from CAI, if at all. You won't feel the increase in HP but it will make the sound little louder, barely. IMO, do the chip tuning with that money you will spend on CAI. BTW if chip tuning is done, you may lose your warranty.
 

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totally agree with rogoman. I believe gain of 2-5hp can be expected from CAI, if at all. You won't feel the increase in HP but it will make the sound little louder, barely. IMO, do the chip tuning with that money you will spend on CAI. BTW if chip tuning is done, you may lose your warranty.
Not sure if any type of chip tuning can be done on the late model ECU's; the module uses highly advanced IC's and of course everything is proprietary. Connecting a sniffer to the diagnostic port will probably be to no avail. What do you think @VStar650CL ?
 

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The VC in the gen6 engines has a separate sub-controller, and so does the intake cam (electric advance instead of hydraulic). I think those factors are constipating the usual development process for aftermarket tuners. No one I know about has one yet, even for the NA version.
 

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There are some universal bypass kits sold for this purpose. Obviously these aren't meant for daily drivers but there are a few that's available for racing purposes. HKS makes a booster to control various portion of the car and also some small companies sell bypass kits for those 'protected' ecu as well. Some cheap ones are available for OBD plug ins and other serious ones with PCM as well as for those nitro oxide system management kits that override some factory settings or bypass the factory settings.

Anyhow, the point I was trying to make was that some people are spending $500+ for brand name CAI for HP which IMO, ridiculous. CAT bypass for less money will give you greater HP gain and will sound better while being much cheaper. Removing resonator will give you the gain as well. There are other things you can do to increase HP of your cars than CAI. JUKE is another option. If I were keeping my Gen 6, i would have jumped at mod's offer in a heartbeat.
 

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I mean if you ever want a secondary PR25DD for high mile durability tests in a short time and aren't afraid to ship anything to the midwest my SL has 95k (I drive about 50k a year) so its about time I start checking/swapping out bushings from front to rear. But PLEASE look into exhaust options for FWD PR25DD models. I'm so tired of only one option for the AWD models. I realize that the AWD models have a flange that connects the rearmost section, where the FWD is either a slip-over or butt joint with a band clamp. But what little sound you get from the factory exhaust tells me she would sound SO good opened up a bit.

Also, the above links for the throttle body spacer and upper torque mount are no longer working.
 
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