Price: $300.00 + Shipping (Add $10.00 for new set of Gaskets) Ordering Info: To order, you can email Adam at SilverSpyder117@Gmail.com
Notes: This will not void any warranty under the Magnuson Moss act. Yes, it deletes the 3rd unmetered cat. No it does not cause any check engine lights or codes. Direct bolt on about 45 min. Install. Yes this will fit 7th and 8th gens alike. This will not fit an Altima SE-R due to the rear header connection only.
About Product & Seller:
Jemini Power Performance was officially founded on 12/28/17 and named after my beautiful wife who God has blessed me with and who puts up with me dedicating my time to this community . This business and group was created for the 7th and 8th generation Nissan Maxima. We are specializing in bringing back the well sought after performance y-pipe for the VQ35.
We took the Racingline ypipe and revamped it to a whole new level. Racingline used bare materials such as mild steel, mild coated with aluminum and 201 stainless steel to produce the initial ypipe. We had it tested to see these results. Many people have seen the results of this down the road with rust and premature failure.
What we are now bringing to the Maxima community is far better. Top quality 304 stainless steel construction throughout that will not rust, all custom made gaskets for 2 entry and 1 exit path, shortened .5 inches to meet oem specifications, and a 2 year warranty.
Everyone knows what these ypipes do and are capable of. If you have questions please ask. From my own experience I felt a difference immediately after install. Much smoother powerband from the CVT, no lag at all and steady pickup. From 0 much more responsive and carries that power to well over 100+.
Since I was draining the CVT fluid and replacing the filter, I thought I’d do a video for you all. Sorry about the dipstick being out of focus when I was checking the fluid level but you guys got it from there. Hope this helps some of you out. The part number for the filter is 31726-1XE0A.
This is only intended for a providing a reference to the list of core parts used in the 7GM 6-Speed swap that was successfully completed by Gerson Flores & Sunday Ortiz. It’s not a how-to or step-by-step process. Please only attempt to do the swap if you are mechanically inclined and understand the Nissan FSM (Factory Service Manuals). If you are interested in getting the full swap professionally done, you can check out this post.
Please note that all of these items were purchased brand with the exception of a few parts (custom & discontinued parts). The total cost for all the parts below adds up to approximately $4,522.00. You may be able to find parts for much less and save money.
Year: 2010 Model: Maxima Color: Ocean Gray (RAP) Transmission: Automatic (CVT) Trim: SV Sport
Voltaire Cacal says his 2010 Nissan Maxima is not only the perfect daily driver for him and his family of five, but it also possesses all the luxurious features he was looking for. The sports package, which comes equipped with a V6 engine at 290 hp, has since been modified with an UpRev tune by Jotech Motorsports. Additional upgrades Cacal has performed on the Maxima include an Air Lift air suspension management kit, Stillen body kit, Q50 front bumper mashup, and a carbon fiber interior wrap.
Photography by Martin Villoria, Voltaire Cacal and Cesar Diaz del Valle.
ENGINE & PERFORMANCE:
CXJ Performance; (Phenolic intake manifold spacer, throttle body spacer. Block off plates) STILLEN; (Hi-Flow Intake Kit w/ polyurethane air duct, underdrive performance lightweight crank pulley, underdrive pulley belt set)
Magnaflow dual-tip mufflers (quad-tip exhaust)
Motordyne ART Y-pipe
UpRev tune by Jotech Motorsports
CVT with paddle shifters for manual Sport drive mode