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JWT 450hp Upgrade???

Can anyone give me their opinion on the JWT 450hp upgrade? I was thinking of going this route but would like some feedback from those of you that have tried it before I spend the money.
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Re: JWT 450hp Upgrade???

well---its 450hp....

how much is it?

is that worth 450Hp to you???


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Re: JWT 450hp Upgrade???

I am curious about the driveability? Will it still run smooth with these upgrades?? smoother than stock? rougher? These are the things I am not sure about...what will it do to fuel economy?
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Re: JWT 450hp Upgrade???

I'm really curious about this too. I hope someone gives you a good, honest answer.

The following is info from the JWT site for those that have to ask $$$ and what's involved questions. http://jimwolftechnology.com/wolfpdf...%20UPGRADE.PDF

BASIC UPGRADES FOR THE 81-83 280ZX-T, and 84-89 300ZX-T
Stock 280ZX-T HP = 180 @ ~ 6 - 7 PSI
Stock 300ZX-T HP = 200 @ ~ 6 – 7 PSI
Add JWT upgraded ECU can run about 11 PSI = ~ 225 HP $595.00 exchange (core deposit $500.00)
(Must use a boost controller to go higher than 6 - 7 PSI)
Manual boost controller kit $149.00 ($100.00 w/ECU purchase)
Greddy Profec B electronic boost controller $420.00
HKS standard compressor bypass valve (recirculation valve) comes w/weld flange $100.00
Add your own 2.5”-3” exhaust system and an intercooler system (see HKS for the 280ZX-T,) will allow you to run ~ 14 -14.5
PSI = ~ 260 HP.
Spearco intercooler system for 1984-89 300ZX-T (this is a complete kit, 88-89 requires some modifications.) $1195.00
The original factory injectors will allow a maximum of ~ 260HP due to their 259cc flow rate.
For more horsepower than the above system upgrades can do, use our 450HP Control System Upgrade. See the following information sheets on our 450HP Control System for more info on this system.
450 HP ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM UPGRADE FOR
1981-89 280ZX/300ZX TURBO
Description/Parts List
Purpose: This conversion is required when horsepower requirements exceed the limits of the stock injectors
and flow meter. Note that a working knowledge of the control system is required before attempting
this conversion. This conversion is not intended for applications subject to specific emission
control requirements and should not be used for such applications.
Parts needed:
1. We supply 420cc injectors. On 1986-89 300ZX-T you will need a fuel rail set from a 1984-85
model that uses top feed injectors.
2. We supply 6 dropping resistors. Note: 1981 already has dropping resistors and doesn’t need them.
3. We supply the Ford Mustang Cobra MAF and harness adapter plug.
4. We supply the MSD 43 GPH inline fuel pump for 81-83 ZX-Ts. Use 90+ 300ZX-T for other Zs.
5. We supply a note sheet along with the conversion parts to explain the steps of installing some of
the parts and some other required changes.
A few of the following parts must be obtained on your own:
1. You supply an ECU from a 1988-89 300ZX. See additional info. page for useable part numbers.
2. If you have a 1982-83 280ZX-T, you supply an “encoder disc” from a 1984-89 VG30 Distributor.
(This is under the distributor cap and dust cover. Mark which side is up before removing.)
3. If you have a 1981, you must also convert to a 1982-83 distributor and drive.
Additional Parts Recommended to Obtain the Best Power Gains:
1. Turbocharger upgrade: The Wolftech Sport 350 (350 HP potential,) is a bolt on. The Wolftech
Sport 400 (400 HP potential,) is a bolt on and requires a larger inlet hose. We now have a
Wolftech Sport 450 Turbo (450 HP potential,) call for current price.
2. Boost controller: We have a basic manual boost controller or an electronic boost controller.
3. Intercooler kit.
4. Free flowing exhaust system.

QTY DESCRIPTION Part No. PRICE
1 Upgrade and convert your 88-89ECU core $595.00 exchange
6 420cc injector IZ314-40000 $100.00 each
6 Dropping resistor (6.8 ohm/10 watt) IRES6-6OHMS $3.00 each
1 Ford Mustang Cobra MAF w/harness adapter IMAFC-COBRA $325.00
1 MSD 43 GPH fuel pump (use on 81-83 Zs) IPUMP-MSD43 $168.80
1 Manual boost controller kit ($100 w/ECU purchase) BMADJ-10000 $149.00
1 (Optional) Greddy Profec “B” electronic boost controller BCONT-PROFB $420.00
1 (Optional) Wolftech Sport 350 turbocharger W4450-S3076 $795 exchange
1 (Optional) Wolftech Sport 400 turbocharger W4554-S3090 $895 exchange
1 84-89 300ZX-T Intercooler kit $1195


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Re: JWT 450hp Upgrade???

there are people on this board who drive cars like that everyday...

my car, proobaly around 210-220 to the wheels (based on 1/4 mile times) is my daily driver...

a fully restored 2+2 that i drive 20 miles to college every day, plus work. its my only mode of transportaion...

no matter what you do to the car, if you maintain it, it will last...and yes, its a sports car with a sport tuned suspension, so yes, its rough.


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Re: JWT 450hp Upgrade???

for the price, megasquirt has it beat.


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1980 280zx with a mildly ported N47 maxima head, 60mm TB, -C- stamp 256 degree camshaft, and a 2.5inch mandrel bent exhaust. yeah, its quick, and yeah, its a 2+2. NOW with MSandS_E power!
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1. Re: JWT 450hp Upgrade??? Indy83Turbo280ZX Sep 2, 11:30am

I'm really curious about this too. I hope someone gives you a good, honest answer. The following is info from the JWT site for those that have to ask $$$ and what's involved questions. h

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2. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade jeffp Jun 19, 4:34am

my email is mrjeff1@sbcglobal.net

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3. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Jun 18, 10:55am

I have my MAF set up in the same place as my old AFM With the filter atached to the end and I have

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4. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade nastyz Jun 17, 8:13am

What is your email address? jeffp Mine is cntwheeler@msn.com

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5. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade jeffp Jun 17, 3:04am

Do you have any way to datalog the RPM and O2 readings? True I have had some long time dealings with JWT What I recommend is to data log a run and send it to them or to me and I can tell you wh

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6. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade JohnH Jun 16, 12:46pm

Not that I'm a turbo guru by any stretch....but this sounds like lag in spooling up. What size turbo are you running. I have seen new turbos that run a split divider in the exhaust inlet of the turbo

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7. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade slownrusty Jun 16, 12:17pm

Go to Hydridz.org and PM CODYZXT as he has this set-up and has it running well...he'll be able to assist you.

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8. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade steves280 Jun 16, 11:37am

Are you using the O2 sensor? If so try unplugging it and see how it runs. I've seen Z31's have this problem and that's the same ECU these setups use. The other VERY comon problem is the MAS and while

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9. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade nastyz Jun 16, 11:27am

How do you have your maf set up (air filter connected directly,or how?). Do you have a picture of your intake system?

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10. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade nastyz Jun 16, 11:04am

Jimwolfe actually recommended the MAF to be 3 feet from the turbo (maybe that long length is too long...), you're post says 18"? As far is the intake plumbing goes,I don't believe that I have any leak

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11. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade mr280zxt Jun 16, 10:53am

I am hoping jeffp would chime in on this....he had extensive dealings with Jim Wolfe about this kind of stuff....I think eventually they were able to tweak it properly.... Good luck...

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12. Re: Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Jun 16, 10:38am

I have that set up and am still in the process of finishing my body work so I have never run the car on the street, I know that under no load it runs and idles fine. You have to make sure there are

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13. Jim Wolfe 450HP upgrade nastyz Jun 16, 9:53am

I have been a tech for 20 years, with 11 years @ Mitsubishi. I built a killer 280ZXT engine about 5 years ago with a T4, and the 450HP Jim wolfe computer upgrade with the 420cc injectors, etc, etc. I

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14. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 16, 2005 6:05pm

This is whats on the JWT web site. Performance is not just a single horsepower number at wide open throttle. Throttle response, drivability and efficiency (maximum power to fuel ratio) ar

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15. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 16, 2005 11:57am

Thanks for the positive De. I was just worried that I've been pi$$ing my time and money away tracking down all the different parts and pieces I need fot the swap.

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16. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 16, 2005 11:39am

hey.... its not necessarily a mistake.....the jwt ecu can make that car run pretty damned good.....and its doable for folks that arent experts on efi.....i got mine running very well, up to 20+

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17. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 16, 2005 9:54am

Well it's unfortunite that I'm so far in to my project when I finally find out that I'm wasting my hard earned money. I've been gathering info for months on which rout to go and my searches for MS di

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18. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 15, 2005 7:51pm

I got all 6 440cc twin turbo injectors flow rated and put ina matched set from a guy that rebulds them for 160 shipped. MAF for 60 on ebay. IC off an EVO for free. (I helped a friend put an SR20DET

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19. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade Phil280zxt Oct 15, 2005 1:20pm

Did $1000 include the ECU, MAF, intercooler, injectors and the upgraded turbo?? If so, I'd like to know some of your sources... Post Edited (Oct 15, 1:21pm)

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20. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 15, 2005 1:01pm

...dont put a lot of stock in ben (he's an idiot)...talk to clark....programmable standalone systems are better ....but you need to know what you are doing.... ...s

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21. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 15, 2005 12:54pm

I just thought the Mega Squirt seemed too cumbersome of a set up. I got everything really cheap for the JWT upgrade online so the whole thing is only coating around 1000. I plan on driving my car al

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22. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade steves280 Oct 14, 2005 10:12pm

Ben on the phone said it was no problem I just had to send them an injector with my z31 ecu so they can set it up for them. --------- Therein lies the problem with this setup. You h

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23. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 14, 2005 7:39pm

yes....i've had 2. this one has the .5vdc step for the maf....its should be like jeffp's was just before he had several other fuel curves put in his....i got it all from jwt except the turbo,i.c.,wast

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24. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 14, 2005 7:28pm

I see you have a MAF. Did you go with the JWT ECU upgrade?

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25. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 14, 2005 1:21pm

...oh yeah,...it was rusty and beat to **** (wrecked) before i got the car....has to be replaced anyway.....but if i get a new hood i'd kinda like to run the pipes like that.....get something fabricat

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26. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade prabal34 Oct 14, 2005 12:44pm

omg u cut up ur hood. wow

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27. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 13, 2005 6:25pm

thanks....they dont really fit under the hood...i had to cut a big-ass hole in the hood.....but they are a straight shot....and work well.... ....s Post Edited (Oc

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28. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 13, 2005 6:06pm

I like how you got your IC pipes to fit under your hood.

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29. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 13, 2005 5:52pm

hmmmmmm......not really..... t4 housings are bigger....you cant mill them out to be as large as t4 can get.....but you have a good set up and it should run well.......talk to clark (not ben).....

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30. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 13, 2005 4:33pm

I made a 3 inch exhaust and I am running 440cc twin turbo supra injectors. Ben on the phone said it was no problem I just had to send them an injector with my z31 ecu so they can set it up for them.

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31. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 13, 2005 4:26pm

oops...scratch that...you'll need a t3/t04 turbo too....to get close to 400hp....but you should be able to get close to 300hp w/a t3.... ...s

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32. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 13, 2005 4:22pm

....you need to get the i.c. in......and a better (than stock) fuel pump...you have the 420cc bosch injs and cobra maf right?.....a hi-flow (3") exhaust.....you should hit 300-400+hp..... ....s

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33. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 13, 2005 4:08pm

Thanks alot guys. I am running a fromt mount I.C. from an EVO and I have a Bosch bypass valve. I dont have my IC plumbed up yet but that is my next step. I had my t3 upgraded with a 46 trim compres

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34. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade slownrusty Oct 13, 2005 6:20am

There are quite a few guys who have this upgrade go to hybridz.org

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35. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade Phil280zxt Oct 13, 2005 5:04am

Jeffp runs a JWT ECU, but his car is heavily modded. He's complained in the past about getting tuning time from JWT. Check out Hybridz, theres quite a bit of information on this setup there.

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36. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade De Schmaydee Oct 12, 2005 10:02pm

...if you have an I.C. and a Hybrid-Turbo....you'll prbly need a bypass valve......it'll run fast.... i had a lot of trouble getting it not to surge at idle.....

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37. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade PrOxLaMuS© Oct 12, 2005 8:43pm

i know there is a guy on HybridZ.org who runs it with excellent results

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38. Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade fairladyVT Oct 12, 2005 6:53pm

I am purchasing the 450 HP ECU upgrade for my 78 turbo project and was wondering if anybody has used this set up and what they think about it. I have everything I need installed in my car and all the

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39. Good read for HP gains on ZXT's for newbies like myself! Texas280ZX-Turbo Dec 3, 2004 6:08am

Should eliminate many newbie question like I have had. Not trying to say that you need to buy from Jim Wolf, just the info alone is good. May have been posted in the past...I dunno

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40. Re: Jim Wolf 450 hp upgrade. Anyone done this already? lifegrddude May 20, 2004 11:10am

Scott, who did you talk to on the phone? Ben Pila might be the person to talk to. I met him at the MSA show and he was a pretty nice guy and very knowlegdeable about the 450hp upgrade. There are also

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41. Re: Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade question prabal34 Oct 3, 2002 4:05pm

on what?

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42. Jim Wolf 450HP upgrade question nismotonyzxt Oct 3, 2002 1:13pm

Are there any turbo guys out there running this setup. Any comments on it. Go with SDS?

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43. Jim Wolf computer update...... twheel1 May 25, 2002 9:07am

You spend all that money on a 450HP computer update, do all that is written, and the A/F mixture is not correct! You call JW and they say to put a pot instead of the cylinder head temp sensor, try to

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44. Re: rx7 injectors mercedes injectors toms78zxt Dec 29, 2001 1:42pm

I'm using the Mercedes 450SEL injectors with a SDS system. They are rated at 420cc so you will need a programable system but they will support 400HP+. They fit the stock fuel rail and are pretty much

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45. RE: 240SX Thottle Body (jeffp?) jeffp Feb 20, 2001 4:15pm

Hi Scott, sorry for the slow reply, I was not on the forum much today, just overwhelmed with work. The 240sx is a great upgrade for your car. You will not have to worry about excessive air, the AFM wi

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46. RE: Jim Wolf ecu for 280zx anyone selling? Ron S. Feb 12, 2001 9:30pm

Call Jim Wolf and they will fax you or email complete instructions on what to purchase and how to connect the 300zx ECU. It will also have pricing. BTW. You would use the 280zxT stock

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47. Got my christmas present from santa early....hehe! brian83zxt Dec 24, 2000 2:39pm

just got the whole fuel set up from jim wolfe. cost about 1600 bucks though but can support up to 450hp. later brian

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48. RE: Yee Haw I got them JEFFP Jun 15, 2000 1:31pm

Hi guys I have just about every mod mentioned here on the forum. I would have liked to have spare parts, but Nissan doesnot make a rod with my specs. I am running a 1.7 rod to crank ratio(LD28 stroker

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49. RE: What turbos do you guys run? jeffp May 31, 2000 6:52am

Where did you get the turbo??? The .82 trim, is that on the exhaust side turbine??? That is a good trim for the power you are looking for, but you are correct, it will limit you on the power. You can

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50. L6 Jim Wolf EFI upgrade for sale jmkurz May 11, 2000 6:17pm

All, I have several parts necessary for a Jim Wolf ECU upgrade on an 81-83 280ZX Turbo. Everything listed below is what Jim Wolf recommended for their bolt on 450HP capable EFI.

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