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Old 12-19-2007, 12:32 AM   #11
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Was it hard to find?
You took the words right outta my mouth John!
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Matt, what does a GSpot have to do with your mouth.........



Ohhhhhh.......
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Was it hard to find?
Nope, she basically handed it over and said have fun.

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the lack of low end power is probably because its a heavy AWD sedan.....
I don't know the G35s too well yet, but are these AWD all the time? Probably a stupid question, but I didn't know I thought they would be. I tried to peel out but couldn't break them loose either. Low end (< 3000 rpms) definitely didn't feel the same as my 03. But above that...
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i believe that the G35x are full time AWD... i could be wrong though
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Jim, 07s have the 3.5 w/ 306hp

The lack of low end could also be the peak tq of 268ft/lb at 4800rpms (5200rpm according to another source). Compared to the L67 with 280ft/lb at < 3600.

I could live without the tq for a 13.9 sec sedan from the factory though.
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