This is a video by Nissan USA (http://www.youtube.com/user/nissanusa?feature=watch). They are starting their fan built Nissan 370Z project. Stage one of the install is a Greddy Twin turbo kit that should pump up HP to about 500.
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Nissan Project 370z Stage Two -
This is a video by Nissan USA
(http://www.youtube.com/user/nissanusa?feature=watch). They are starting
their fan built Nissan 370Z project. Stage two of this project includes a
tune, some new wheels and wrap.
Visit us at http://www.rightdrive.ca
370Z Brake Install
Wilwood Engineering shows how to install their Superlit 6R Big Brake Front
Hat Kit on a Nissan 370Z.
TURBO XS 370Z Exhaust
YOU WAITED FOR IT HERE IT IS!
This is a movie of my Nissan 370Z that is Twin turbo and water/meth injected, customized Interior
with the 1st ever turbo XS catback Exhaust
Sorry about quality this was taken on a IPhone 5 there will be another
upload soon of it in motion. We had an ice storm and I don't want to take
it out anywhere.
CJ Motorsports / Greddy Twin Turbo 370z 60-155
Not racing or shifting fast... had to drive one-handed to hold the phone.
CEL is on because cat-less downpipes, later software adjustment resolved
that. TPMS light on because I am not running the sensors in the Volks.
In the video the car was running Toyo R888 305/30/19 with -1.4 rear camber.
This is why it was getting some spin in 3rd gear. Currently running Toyo TQ
DR 315/35/18, and now it only gets spin in 1st gear, even on crappy
Lots of people underestimate the VQ powered Z cars. I dont blame them. The
platform lacks in abundance the attention and support of most of the
industry's knowledgeable tuners. It is no GT-R or Boosted Gallardo, but a well-done Boosted VQ Z can at least be a respectable
street performance platform when tuned in the right hands. The car in this
video is merely 7.5psi Boost with
100% bolt-on modifications, stock ECU reflashed.
2009 370z 6MT. Mods: Greddy TT Kit + Tial BOVs, ID1000cc Injectors, CJM
Fuel + Tuning of Uprev Osiris software, Greddy Exhaust, OSGiken Twin Clutch. Bone stock long
block. 7.5psi Boost, E85 fuel.
Car is up to 48,500 miles on the engine/chassis... IIRC correctly, I think
the car was at around 18,000 miles when I installed the kit... meaning
about 30,000 miles on the setup. Oil is changed every 5000 miles with Mobil
1 5w30 since new. So far, vehicle has required no additional service or
experienced any mechanical failures.
AAM Competition : Twin Turbo 370Z Builds
NISSAN 370Z TWIN turbo BUILDS
2010 NISSAN 370Z
2010 NISMO 370Z
Greddy 370Z Twin turbo Kit
Greddy Front Mount Intercooler
Greddy turbo Downpipes w/ Open Dumps
AAM Competition Oil Cooler Kit
AAM Competition R-Line Exhaust
AAM Competition Fuel Return System
HKS M-Series Super Fire Spark Plugs
HKS SSQV Blow Off Valve(s)
HKS EVC VI Boost Controller
Deatschwerks 600cc Injectors
Spec Twin Disc Clutch Assembly
Defi turbo, Boost, EGT Gauges
KW Variant 3 Coilover Kit
UpRev Osiris Engine Management
More information at www.aamcompetition.com
New video is online: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yvs9-mYEk0
Story: Guy just sold his car. He takes it out for a drive one last time to
deliver it to the customer. But in the process he gets mixed feelings and
contemplates his decision. Does he keep the car, or does he sell it and
start over with something new, or even get out of the game for good - the
kind of decision many car enthusiasts end up having to make at some point
or another - the final decision is ultimately left to the viewer to
speculate upon. (Decision was made - the car was sold)
Car specs |
Engine: 420 whp (roughly 500 engine hp), Greddy Twin turbo, HKS Fcon ECU, OS Giken Twin disc clutch,
Greddy Ti-C turboExhaust (piping blacked out)
Wheels: HRE 590RS, 19x11" +17, 19x12" +15, tires 265/295, Stoptech 6 piston
front brake kit
Suspension: Stance GR Pro coilovers, f/r camber kit, cusco sway bars
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.