Nissan 370Z Nismo Review
That's right. Nissan actually sent us a 370Z Nismo. Wow, what a car! It;s
fast, light, stunning to look at, and will have you saying HOLY $% the
entire time you drive it. Hope you enjoy the review. Please feel free to
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2011 Nissan 370Z NISMO EDITION
Take a ride along with "The Sunday Drive" as your host "Uncle Joe Benson
and Mark Perleberg put the car to the test to see if it lives up to the
The STILLEN 500 HP Supercharged Nissan 370Z - /TUNED
TUNED Visits racing legend Steve Millen's STILLEN in Costa Mesa, CA to see
what happens when he gets his hands on the Nissan 370Z. Already a potent
machine, what happens when STILLEN upgrades pretty much everything?
Fortunately, it doesn't suck.
GTM 370Z 1000HP MAF CALIBRATIONN -ANOTHER MILE STONE
We would like to share a mile stone we've achieved regarding the stock ECU.
Over the last few months we've been working on developing a way to overcome
one of the limitations of the stock ECU when it comes to making big power.
While Uprev enables the aftermarket to rewrite the stock ECU in the
370Z/G37, there have been a few hurdles to jump when pushing the envelope
over 600whp. Since day one, we always kept in mind that people will only
want more power. In anticipation, we chose to use 3" MAF piping in all of
our turbo kits and the GTM Stage 2 Supercharger Kit. Doing that gives us more
headroom when it comes to MAF Voltage. It's a mechanical calibration that
allows us to get the factory MAF to read more airflow. Even at 600whp, the
MAF voltage is getting up to 4.9 to 4.95 Volts. While this is still below
the 5 Volt limit, it does not give us any headroom to compensate for
changing atmospheric conditions (such as a cold morning). The next step was
to find an aftermarket MAF sensor that can replace the factory Nissan unit
with the same physical dimensions and connector. Of course, that was the
easy part. The challenging part is to produce a good calibration that
contains a linear MAF curve so we can get the best resolution and still
plenty of headroom for more horsepower while retaining
factory drivability. This development translates into having a 1000hp car
that starts up every time and can be driven normally on the street.
Ultimately, this has greatly expanded the capabilities of the factory ECU
to the level of performance commonly relegated to a standalone EMS. While
some standalone EMS options may have some additional features that set it
apart, we've really narrowed the gap here.
To close the gap altogether, we are working on developing a system that
will enable us to retard ignition timing in response to knock as well as Boost cut. Once that is developed,
there will be no reason for a standalone EMS in this platform.
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Nissan 370Z Nismo vs The Snake - speed challenge
How fast is a Nissan 370Z Nismo around Autocar's legendary test track,
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Venaci Nissan 370Z Drifting with Venaci VS124 20inch 3piece wheel, wheel quality testing
Venaci Nissan 370Z Drifiting/Quality Test on HKS Hypermax III,HKS Titanium
Exhaust,HKS Intake, Falken Tires, size
452 255-30-20 +305-25-20. Venaci VS124 20X9.5+20X12.Carbon Aero Jacket body
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2011 Nissan 370Z Nismo Review - Inspired by motorsports, but missing one very important track tool
In building the NISMO Z, Nissan followed the proper route for a special
edition sports car, adding on all the extra performance goodies and then
deleting the unnecessary luxuries, making for a heightened driving
experience at little extra cost...
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Chrome Nissan 370Z cruising the streets of London [HD]
A chrome Nissan 370Z (with a white spoiler, unfortunately), cruises the
streets of London, and has a little moment whilst crossing traffic. But I'm
sure this happens in London all the time, and is to be expected.