Just because the car is going to be good. Doesn’t mean you can’t add your own touch to it. I for one will be modding day 1. This Isn't a collector car to me. I will mod until I’m happy with the appearance. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not modding b/c I don’t like the looks. I’m modding to make it my own.
This is full case of each to their own buddy. Support the community. LolFrom what I have seen so far, it’s a beautiful car, I for one will absolutely make NO modifications at all. Just as long as I get the color I want.
Cars like this just beg for mods... although I do think I'd leave it stock for two years or so and really see what the aftermarket has planned.
Good point. Oddly, I haven't seen people on the Infiniti forums recommend a tune with BOVs. As there is a no stock BOV or re-circulation system, most of the boost is just going back to the turbine wheels, and the throttle (according to the forums) apparently remains partially open for what I can only assume would be to lessen the shock to the turbines. So I'm thinking just dumping the boost via BOVs may not matter that much on the stock tune as the stock tune is acting as if it the car has a BOV or re-circulation system. The worst that would happen is that you run a little rich on decel, but I don't think it would be enough for the hot side of the turbo or the downpipes to care.Wouldn't you need a tune to add any reliability with BOV's? I thought that dumping metered air caused a car to run rich on decel