Nismo 370z Vs. 06 350z Vs. 08 350z

Camera Car (left lane): Nismo 370z.....Mods Test pipes Middle Car: 06 350z.................................Mods 80 shot of Noz, Cobb, Exhaust Right Lane (red): 08 HR...........................Mods CAI, HFC, Exhaust

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400HP 370z Nismo Review!
The Z has come a long way! Nismo put its efforts into the suspension of the 370z rather than the motor and I couldn't be happier! Jay's Youtube: You can subscribe to my channel for new videos, builds of my BRZ, vlogs and everything else that I record and share with you. ►My Clothing Brand ► $50 off Ambit Wheels using “TJ_HUNT” at ►Follow me on Instagram @tjhunt_ ►Follow me on WheelWell: ►Follow me on Twitter @McTeeg SEND ME STUFF HERE: 14781 Pomerado Rd. #115 Poway, CA 92064 Outro done Ryan Ruckuss: Music used:

Hi-Flow Cat Install 350Z 370Z G37
If you had to pick just one mod for your Z or Infiniti this might be the one! It will deliver a big dose of sound and power in one install. Check out the whole process as we install this version from Berk Technology. First Impressions ---------------- The biggest surprise with this install was how easy it was. Most people make a huge deal out of the installation process (and some of the bolts are on there super tight) but with filming and moving at a slow pace the parts were on in a few hours. Most people should be good in under an hour or two. The next biggest surprise was the amount of power gains this part produced. On its inaugural run down the highway I thought I was approaching 65mph before I looked down and realized I was already at 80! The Exhaust got a healthy dose of decibels as well. In some ways I miss the more mellow tune of the Nismo Exhaust and JWT intake but at the same time the new, fierce growl of the engine is awesome in its own way. What You'll Need ---------------- HFC or Test Pipe for 350Z/G35/G37: I specifically chose the high-flow cats from Berk Technology because they use the catalytic converter brackets and have special bungs for the O2 sensor that eliminate check engine lights. Quality Hand Tools: Ratchet, sockets, and screwdrivers are required along with universal joint, long extensions and breaker bar. I highly recommend 1/2" drive for the extension and universal joints. Those bolts are on there extremely tight and 3/8" equipment may snap. PB Blaster: Makes bolts much easier to remove. Spray on all bolts at least 30 min before installation but make sure not to soak any plastic tubes or wire casings. Eye Protection: Highly recommended when installing anything under the car. Rust in the eyes is a good excuse to visit the eye doctor and get a mini-drill to the cornea (just ask Brian who you see in the video above...). Applications ---------------- This video applies directly to the 2007+ Z cars (VQ35HR engine) as well as the 2007+ G35 Sedans and the latest G37 coupes (VQ37HR engine). The install should be similar (just one less intake) on earlier 350Zs and Infinitis with the VQ35DE engines. Additional Info: How to reset your ECU ---------------- Follow these steps after your install to help the engine computer learn the new flow characteristics of the engine. 1. Confirm that accelerator pedal is fully released, turn ignition switch ON and wait 3 seconds. 2. Repeat the following two procedures quickly five times within 5 seconds: A. Fully depress the accelerator pedal (HARD). B. Fully release the accelerator pedal. 3. Wait 7 seconds, fully depress the accelerator pedal and keep it for approx. 10 seconds until the CEL starts blinking. 4. Fully release the accelerator pedal (while the CEL is still blinking) 5. Wait about 10 seconds. 6. Fully depress the accelerator pedal and keep it for more than 10 seconds. 7. Fully release the accelerator pedal (The CEL light will continue to blink). 8. Turn ignition switch to OFF position and now you can start the car. The CEL light should be gone.

Z Boys Stance - BRtv Episode 6
Some guys bling up their cars. Other guys rack up the horsepower and do the street or strip thing with their rides. Some enthusiasts go the custom paint and body mods way, while other do the lowrider thing. More recently however, slapping the sweetest wheels, cambering the crap out of the suspension, stretching the heck out of the tires to get the most lip on the rims as possible under the fenders, and slamming the car on the ground gives your ride the "Stance" look. Love it or hate it, agree with it or not, the trend only seems to be getting bigger and bigger; and what we're bringing you on this episode of Braggenrites TV are two pretty sweet examples of what's happening in the Import car scene. Meet Andy Navarro and Ryan Parasram. Andy is 18 and is the owner of the white Nissan 370Z you see here, while Ryan is only 17 years old and is the owner of the black Nissan 350Z. Both of them belong to the same car club "Miami Stance", and both are knee deep into the whole "Stance" scene (though Andy would probably say that his car is more function than form). Both go to school (Andy to College and Ryan is still in High School) and drive their Zs' every day, and both spent their first mod money on a sick set of wheels. Their cars look sick on the road, and sound amazing as they roll, and their owners are two good dudes enjoying their youth and their cool cars. I have to admit that while getting to know them (and I touched on this during their interviews), I couldn't help it feel a little jealous to see how these two young dudes could already have such sick looking rides. My first cars (notice, I wrote that in plural) were pretty crappy. These two guys have it made. They get to pimp and swing for the fence right off the gate when it comes to driving dope whips. Anyway, the episode is pretty cool and the cars are pretty sweet. Check it out and enjoy. Special thanks to Andy and Ryan for letting us shoot them and their cars. A big shout out to Miami Stance, and much love to the Lowe's security guard for letting us shoot on just outside their receiving bay. Braggenrites TV theme song: "Walter Kronkite" By: Grassman Production by: Marcello "Square Boggie" Grasso Twitter: @squareboogie

Tuned 370z vs. Tuned 350z HR
Some quick pulls against a pretty quick imo 370z. 350z Mods: Gen 3's/Test Pipes/xyz pipe/fujitsubu Exhaust/uprev tune (+ 1 passenger) 370z Mods: Gen 3's/z1 headers/ z1HFC's/Catback Exhaust/uprev tune