370Z Driving with the Ferrari's.
While sound asleep at 8 AM, I got a call that in 12 minutes, twenty
Ferraris were heading to the top of the mountain then to Stinson Beach.
Although I'd stayed up till 3 AM, I decided I 'd get dressed and drive
along for half an hour. I still need to go to work at 11 AM. I catch a few
in the group, and while they pull off to look at their directions I assure
them I know the way. They follow. Well, apparently my info was not perfect
but I had a blast. Sorry for the bad info to you Ferrari guys. At least it
was a good drive, not like I placed you in stop and go freeway traffic.
Same drive different day - http://youtu.be/ILJaerKdRPY
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2011 Mustang V6 3.7L BBK Long Tube Headers and Off Road X-Pipe
Just installed the BBK Long Tube Headers and BBK Off Road X-Pipe. These are
the mods that I had before the install: C&L Cold Air Intake, Bama 93 Custom
Tune, Roush Axle Back Exhaust. The
install is very easy however the only issue I came across was the fact that
BBK sent me the wrong O2 Sensor Extensions. They told me that no one makes
them yet and I also found in the forums people that were complaining about
the same thing. The fix they suggested was to solder an extension that is
exactly what I did and it worked perfectly. This setup is EXTREMELY loud
and I think the Roush has alot to do with it. It was already a little drony
at 3000RPM before the LTs and now its even more. I am going to get a Dyno with this setup and
then im going to slap on the stock Exhaust to see how it sounds. I will post videos
for those 2 things for sure. I also just received the Bama Custom Tune that
took the long tube headers into account and WHAT A DIFFERENCE! Highly
recommend BBK and OR X-Pipe with the Bama Tune by American Muscle...
Top speed Pro1 Catback Exhaust (no resonator) 370Z comparison video. Start, launch, drive by.
Top speed pro 1 cat-back Exhaust for
Nissan 370Z comparison video. No resonator.
Stillen HFC + CAI, Tanabe GF210 springs, 20 front 20 rear spacers.
Background music credit:
How We Roll (Fast Five Remix) by Don Omar, J-doe, Reek da Villian & Busta
F5 (Furiously Dangerous) [feat. Slaughterhouse & Claret Jai] by Ludacris
2012 Nissan 370Z Test Drive & Car Review
http://www.autobytel.com/nissan/370z/2012/?id=32972 The Nissan Z Car has
been around since the early 1970's under the Datsun name. For year the Z
has been one of the most beloved affordable sports cars both here in the
United States and in Japan as well. The 2012 Nissan 370Z is considered the
Mustang of Japan since the
drive train configuration, price, and body style is similar to that of many
American muscle cars. The 2012 Nissan 370Z has a base price of $31,910 with
the top of the line Touring Roadster costing over $44,000.
The 2012 Nissan 370Z is powered by one of the best engines every produced
by Nissan. The VQ37VHR is a 3.7 liter V-6 engine with Variable Valve Timing
that produces 332 horsepower and 270 lb-ft. of
torque. A 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic transmission puts the power
down to the rear wheels. The 2012 Nissan 370Z can achieve up to 19 MPG in
the city and 26 MPG on the highway.
The 370Z is considered to be the little brother of the mighty Nissan GT-R.
It is smaller, costs less, and does not have as much power. That being said
the 2012 Nissan 370Z does benefit from having the GT-R as an older brother
in that some of the high end technology and options have been passed down
to the 370Z. The first thing you notice are the huge 19-inch RAYS sport
rims. These forged alloy wheels are not only strong but they are also
lightweight. The 370Z also sports a sleek body with functional spoilers
both front and rear. In the performance department the 2012 Nissan 370Z has
a viscous limited-slip differential which makes sure power is transferred
to the wheel that needs it the most. Also the Nissan 370Z features a
SynchroRev Match system which automatically blips the throttle to promote
faster and smoother shifting
The 2012 Nissan 370Z is an excellent sports car. It may be a little rough
around the edges and a little on the pricey side, but if you want a true
Japanese sports car with over 300 horsepower and rear-wheel
drive, then the 370Z is an excellent choice.
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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?
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2012 Nissan 370Z: The Rough and Tumble Sports Car! - Ignition Episode 30
On this episode of Ignition, Carlos Lago tests out the 2012 Nissan 370Z, a
surprisingly old-school entry in the rear-wheel-drive sports coupe segment.
While the 370Z might not be as smooth or refined as a Porsche Boxster,
Carlos finds out sometimes a little extra effort behind the wheel is just
what the doctor ordered.
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