What is the best way to increase the power of my X? I have a 2010 with 158K miles and I just want a little more power since I lost some with putting 33's on. I've read many forums but they are all mixed opinions.
there isnt a whole lot that you can do about it without spending a good bit. some people use an intake manifold spacer, headers/ exhaust can help, but thats going to be more sounds/ throttle response improvements and only gain a few HP. beyond that your looking at either forced induction or a vk swap.
I was just going to say re-gear. I have magnaflows without the Y pipe, Intake Manifold Spacer and a hypertech tuner. I can't say for sure how much it all did or how much better over stock it feels. I've heard your best bang are gears. A bit spendy, probably not much more than all these performance mods put together. I've spent about $700 (and I over paid for the rear) on a front diff and rear axle with 3.69 gears and a rear locker. IMO money better spent over the performance mods I have. .
Although I really like how the exhaust sounds haha
This weekend I decided to finish up a few need to do's with my Xterra.
One of such was to swap out my old rear axle breather for a "Vent Mod."
To catch everyone up to speed, I own a 2014 Xterra S 4x4.
Anyway, I purchased a vent tube from a Titan a while ago with the hopes it could be used...
Anybody able to locate these?
MY '09 OR had the trans blow and radiator replace before I bought it. They filled it with green coolant. I'd like to flush myself and switch to blue. Trying to get it all out, and the Haynes manual mentions block drains on the v6, but doesnt offer much in finding...
As the title reads, my '08 Xterra threw a P0603 (Internal Control Module Keep Alive Memory (KAM) Error) SES as well as the VDC OFF and SLIP lights, last night. Rewind the past few days, I left my Xterra parked for a few days and when I hopped in to leave for work it didnt start. Assuming it was...
Looking to change my front and rear diff oils, and transfer case fluids. I've read quite a bit on here about this, so apologies for pissing off the vets.
I have an '09 OffRoad 4x4 Auto that has the rear locker.
Owner's Manual it calls for synthetic 75w-90 oil, while posts on here read...