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**CLOSED!* GROUP BUY!! XTP Nissan Intake Manifold Spacer (IMS)

Back open for a bit for those who missed it! *Closing Sunday night 3/12/17*


A group buy going on for this viable power mod if anyone is interested. **Need 20+ committed and paid for customers to make this work **
Time is dependent on customers and shop production so it won't be immediate shipping.

XTP (extreme truck performance) Intake manifold spacer (IMS) kit. Includes gasket, longer bolts and washers. The XTP IMS has been CNC machined from 6061 Billet Aluminum and comes in assorted anodized colors, Blue, Black, Billet Silver, Gold, Green and Fast Red.

Peak gains of 8hp @ 5600rpm and torque of 23ft/lbs. @ 4400rpm, with considerable gains between 2000-4800 rpm of 23hp increase & torque 33ft/lbs.!

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*note: an E6-torx socket will be needed for removing the 2 studs. Just an FYI so you don't get it and then have to run out again for the socket.
**note: may take up to 200 miles for ECU to fully adjust to new settings

GB PRICE $190.00 shipped! Saving 75.00 off normal website price! Close to 800+ customers already with 100% Positive Feedback!!

Buy here, be sure to select "Group Buy"--> http://extremetruckperformance.com/?page_id=6

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****. And here I was getting ready to buy skids instead. But 23ft/lbs is way more tempting. Put me down as tentative yes, depending on how fast this comes together I might be able to scrape up the cash.

EDIT: On further reading, its already open for a GB. So if I order it and the GB doesn't go through what happens? Do they just charge the difference? Or do I still get it at the price? Do they not ship until there's 20+ buyers? I have so many questions

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I already have an IMS and like how it fills in the lower end when you step on it, this is a simple and worthy addition to our trucks if you ask my simpleton opinion. Good luck on the Group Buy members.
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Am very intrigued to say the least...
Any Nissan warranty concerns for those of us w/ newer trucks?
(Yes, am aware of the Magnuson-Moss Act)

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*note: an E6-torx socket will be needed for removing the 2 studs. Just an FYI so you don't get it and then have to run out again for the socket.
Just so you all know this E6-torx isn't required. You can take the nut from one of the 2 studs put it on one of the studs a 1/4" or so then tighten the other nut against that nut. Then you take a wrench on the lower nut and in the loosening direction the stud will start coming out. take the two nuts off and repeat on the other stud.



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Good luck on the group buy. I got this IMS from XTP also and feel like it's a good performance purchase, especially if you tow.



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Am very intrigued to say the least...
Any Nissan warranty concerns for those of us w/ newer trucks?
(Yes, am aware of the Magnuson-Moss Act)
No one anywhere that I know of has had any issues with this type mod dating back to 2006. I have had one on my truck since back then.

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No problems with it here. I do recommend swinging by your local NAPA and getting longer bolts, however (& use anti-seize). I believe I used 55mm long (have to check that home tonight) Grade 8. The threaded holes are thru-design and the aluminum of the lower intake manifold is not as strong as say the heads or block. Torque spec is 5-6 FT-LBS. If you have a screwdriver-handle socket driver then you should be ok not over-tightening them. If you use a regular ratchet handle go to snug (finger tight) then another 1/8 - 1/4 turn.

I'm very happy with it. unplugged the battery while I installed it, 5 drive-cycles later it was GtG. I was still on stock tires at the time, before install I had to downshift the AT in local traffic (if I waited for the trans to shift, I was pretty far into the pedal and then it would race into 3rd) after it would keep up fine in traffic.

The debates between phenolic & billet AL is a non-issue here as the upper manifold is plastic. An additional inch of AL isn't going to heat the incoming air charge.

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Count me in!

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Sounds good, when you are ready go to this link and use the Group Buy button I setup. I'll add you to the list. Shipping will go in the order I receive.

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