Power House Amuse releases custom exhausts for the Nissan 370Z

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

Power House Amuse, the Japanese tuning expert, have released a lineup of their brand name high quality exhaust specifically made for the latest Nissan 370Z. The top quality exhausts will come in two setups.

Power House Amuse R1 Titat Extra STTI, the first one, comes with a 76.3mm main pipe diameter channeling into a couple 2x50mm mufflers and going out to a couple fo 115mm exhaust ends.

The total weight of the system is only 9.15kg in contrast to the 18.65kg of the regular exhaust. The standard version costs $2,460 or a Gold Ring version with a $2,570 tag.

The following style is the RS-Silent STTI muffler which is a bit distinct from the former with a 76.3mm collector splitting into 2x60mm pipes going to the rear muffler via a couple of resonators.

The rear silencers are 60mm in diameter and also terminate with a couple of 115mm ends. Although this system is quieter it is more expensive. It weighs in at 10.3kgs. and begins at $3,430 for the regular version and for the Gold Ring variant, the price tag increases to $3,540.

The name "370Z" refers to the engine displacement of the newest Nissan Z. Yes, the Nissan 370Z is powered by a 3.7-liter VQ37VHR engine with VVEL (Variable Valve Event and Lift) that could develop a max output of 331 PS and a peak torque of 366 Nm.

Moreover, this engine – around 35 percent of which are composed of new parts -- delivers power up to 7,000 rpm, as well as enhanced low-end power and more high-end torque compared to its predecessor.

This 3.7-liter VQ37VHR engine could be paired with any of the two available cutting-edge performance-raising transmissions. One of these is an enhanced close-ratio six-speed manual gearbox featuring the synchronized down shift rev-matching system that automatically adjusts engine speed when shifting to the exact speed of the next gear position.

In this "SynchroRev Control" function, the engine blips the throttle during both downshifts and upshifts to pave way for smoother shifting and improved handling.

According to Pierre Loing, Nissan's European vice-president for product planning, the new 370Z represents the essence of the Nissan brand just like the original 240Z around four decades ago. He remarked that the new Nissan 370Z could deliver an intense performance at an exceptional value – something that sports car enthusiasts are looking for.

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