250 HP
249 LB-FT
Curb Weight
3299 LB
Front Wheel Drive
Engine Size
3.5 L
Transmission Type
Top Speed
127 MPH
MPG (City/Highway)
17/23 MPG

I bought this car in 2013. I got it because I needed a reliable family car and it was one of the very few cars that my wife agreed with me on. It also didn't hurt that I had already owned a 2003 2.5.  But it's a big difference in power with this one. First thing i did with her was install a cheap ebay cold air intake and cat-back exhaust.  Then I put  on some 17 inch, 9 inch wide varrstoen wheels and recently purchased some 225/45 Yokohama sport tires. I love the grip on them. I also installed a set of Racingline lowering springs that drop it 2 inches in the front and half an inch in the rear. My future plans for the car are bigger wheels and tires. I thinking 18x9.5 or 10 with 245/40s or 255. I also want to add a quick release steering wheel and some racing seats. I replaced the cheap air intake with a Injen cold air intake and installed a Racingline strut bar. I bought racing headers but haven't installed them yet. Also have a front splitter, just waiting to get a front lip. And I also plan on finding or making a rear diffuser for it. My big plan is to go turbo or supercharge it. 

Discuss this build

[]Tomesha Brown

how did you install the steering wheel? very curious about this.

[]Jeremy Lee

Gotta use the hub for the 350z

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