370 HP
292 LB-FT
Curb Weight
3497 LB
Rear Wheel Drive
Engine Size
3.7 L
Transmission Type
MPG (City/Highway)
24 MPG

I bought the car in August 2014 and have spent the last 3 years modifying it to make the perfect Southern California Z. I modded it to look and drive how it should have been from factory. Dynoed 316whp/248tq calculating about 15% drivetrain loss puts it around 370hp at the crank vs 332hp stock. Naturally you need a convertible to enjoy the California sun, KW v3 adjustable coilovers, Whiteline sway bars, SPC adjustable rear camber arms, and Michelin Pilot Sports to make the car handle like it is on rails without making the ride too stiff, B&M short throw shifter and Southbend stage 2 clutch to fly through the gears, HKS catback exhaust to make it scream, Stillen Gen 3 dual cold air intakes, GTR spark plugs, Aeromotive 340 fuel pump for more engine performance, Kazz Super Q differential to get the power down, Z1 25 row oil cooler and Stillen power steering cooler to keep everything cool while you have fun, Eibach spacers to get the wheel spacing perfect, updated 2016 Nismo front fasica with OEM DRLs, carbon fiber side view mirrors and splash guards, and GTR ignition button to finish off the look.

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