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Updated on May 06, 2012
This is my 350z track model that I just sold.....
I have been modding this z for about a year and a half now and its come along way since it was stock and is much faster now thanks to just about every bolt on avalable and a 100 shot of nitrous. The wheels are fresh,i just tossed them on...they are 5zigen zr+ with a 20mm offset. To give it a meaner stance and give'em alittle more poke i put on 25mm spacers rear and 8mm spacers in the front. The brembo brakes with ebc slotted rotors and hawk pads help me stop this thing and it stops fast!! The tires are Falken fk452 and are 245/40's front and rear...The suspension setup is pretty simple, just some roadmagnet lowering springs,nismo shocks,nismo sway bars and spc camber kit. This simple setup works very well though. It doenst beat your kidneys up going down the road but is stiff enough to drift and race with and has very little body roll.
The important stuff, the engine mods were selected more on the 'race' side of things. The combination of parts makes power higher up in the rev range...where this car comes alive at...To get air in I chose to go with the well known brand K&N for the intake. The intake manifold i choose the kinetix ssv which is a really good looking piece and with forced induction will really show its benifits. To get all that air back out the engine, spent exhaust gasses pass thru Strup headers ,Titek test pipes and finally thru RS*R dual exhaust (which is loud enough to wake the dead!! For a extra kick when needed a full Zex kit was added with bottle header and dual purge that vents out of the front air inlet in the bumper. As for power on the dyno it hit 323 hp and 342 ftlbs of torque with a cold bottle. When the bottle is hot (1100psi) i should be around 380hp+,400ftlb+ wheel. On the to do list now that I have come this far is boost. I think im going to go with the Powerlab kit and run around 8-10psi untill I get my block torn down and built up.
The exterior was kept pretty clean. I chose a WeberSport front bumper to give it a more agressive look and to aid in front downforce and modified the rear bumper to function alittle better also. All the windows recieved 20% 3m tint and the windshield got a 5% strip to block those killer rays. For a while i had my headlights yellow but have since taken it off... The tailights are smoked with H.O.K kandy black and make the tail look that much more agressive. I also shortened the antenna just for fun. The roof was wrapped in gloss black and had flat black graphic laid over top that so the end product is simply sick!!
My old vinyl eyelids(retired!)
My good friend Felisha posing on my Z for a Vizual Synergi photoshoot just ouside Washington DC......HOTT!! right??
Inside all my gauges are from Autometer and consist of boost/vac, nitrous, air/fuel, and egt. I also have a AEM UEGO wideband gauge. The seats have been reaplostered in black leather but are being swapped out for bride seats this week. I have a silverfiber nrg shiftknob to knock some height off the shiftknob.
Bride ViosIII race buckets going in this week!!!!!!
For audio i have a full Alpine system with ppi mids alpine amps and digital designs 12 sub. Even though this car is set up for speed the system was not skimped on and at a local event i hit 144db with this setup!!
This is my old set up, but i replaced it with a removable setup for events and races.
17" screen, nintendo wii a sub and nitrous.....what more could you ask for??
This is what 360designs does...sick ass graphics and cars...thanks to my boy Brandon Fugitt. He does all the graphic work!!
Big up's to 360 DESIGNS(THREESIXTYDESIGNS.NET and my good friend Kevin at:INNOVATIVE CAR ELECTRONICS (443-865-5504)
I just installed a BNR harness bar with RJS harnesses and relocated my nitous bottle so i can reach it and its at a better angle for the pick up tube...looks pretty mean!! Heres the drivers Bride VIOSIII seat installed, still waiting on the passenger bracket from japan to arrive.
Just a added touch....
Me and my wifey, Infamous Mrs. Naomi...
Me messing around with a Dsport cover....
Here is my first couple passes on a COLD bottle (750psi), after getting things put back together. Not bad but still needs more power. See how the torque takes off straight up like a rocket??....its a fun ride!!! Thanks to James at JE for the dyno time.And these are whp numbers not flywheel. J.E. doesnt have their dynapack printout set up properly!!!
My new Bride ViosIII seats. Of course i cant leave anything stock and did the back of them up with my roof design. My little babydoll guarding the new seats...carefull, shell tear your head off!!!lol. The third pic is my wife inspecting the new seats ....lol
Here is pics of the passenger seat i did up last night with a designs similair to the drivers seat but worked some anime in there too. Im going to add some anime to the driver seat also when i have time (which is never!!)
Well i finally did the driver's seat...i think it came out well but alittle too squared off so ill add to this later...going in as soon as i get the brackets in. My jdm wifey holding the seat in the backround while watcking tv....
I re-did the passenger seat....i thought i could do better and some people didnt like the girls on there before so i found what i think is a really fine asian girl and did it up on my seat...what do you think?? If you havent figured out by my wifey, I kinda like asian cars and women lol.
Drift The World!!!
THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT AND COMMENTS! PLEASE RATE MY RIDE!!!!
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Great Job :) .. I LIKES IT So Much :) 5***** .. Hope you can check My BOTH Bimmers soon :)
Thats a sweet sweet lookin ride love it 5*
Wow...gotta love those seats...Nice whip! 5*****
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