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Motordyne Engineering MREV2 Lower Intake Collector

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Motordyne Engineering MREV2 Lower Intake Collector

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THIS PART IS FOR OFF-ROAD USE ONLY – NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

MREV 2 Manifold TM – The most powerful naturally aspirated bolt on you can put on your revup engine.

When used with or without a spacer or aftermarket upper plenum, this lower plenum will make substantial power gains. Multiple independent test show when used with a 5/16″ spacer on the revup engine, the combination will add a “minimum” of 15+ HP and 18+ TQ in the upper midrange. Many independent MREV 2 Manifold REVUP tests have dynod in excess of 20HP and 30 TQ in the upper midrange and with high RPM peak power increased by 3-5 HP.

The MREV2 is a prerequisite to the plenum spacer when used on a revup engine. No other normally aspirated VQ modification provides as much gain as the MREV 2 Manifold!

FITS: 350Z, G35, FX35, M35 (ALL VQ35DE AND REV UP ENGINES WILL NOT FIT HR-DUAL INTAKE ENGINES OR 3.7L)

Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 20 x 20 x 10 in

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