This 2003 Nissan 350Z is a combination of things. First, it’s a great example of the Japanese performance and collectible markets, it’s a modern classic, and it’s a ready to roll race car with an amazing background. Even without the history, this Japanese sports car is a track ready toy that you can own now.
Custom built for Grand-AM GS Class racing/ Race prepared and tuned by Unitech Racing Inc , the core of this build is a stout Nisson VQ35DE 3.5L 24 valve V6 aluminum alloy engine with CVTCS, giving the car 350 HP at 7000 RPM and Torque approximately 290 ft/lbs of torque at 5700 RPM. Injen Techologies provides the deep breathing engine with a proper amount of air flow through the cold air intake system, while the exhaust is swept away through custom tuned length stainless headers and a muffler from Coast Fabrication.
Backing the punchy engine is a durable Tilton clutch and flywheel set, that helps funnel power to a Nismo racing limited slip differential. Custom mill spec wiring is provided by Sakata Motorsport, and an ADL digital display shows information from the Motec M800 ECU.
KONI 2822 adjustable shocks by TrueChoice work with Hyperco racing springs to give this car a gliding ride - while Unitech Racing billet aluminum adjustable control arms, Wright Tuning sway bars, and upgraded suspension bushings make it handle like its on rails.
Custom wheel 3-piece racing wheels are wrapped in brand new series spec Hoosier tires, and stopping power comes thanks to StopTech ST 40 4 piston front calipers and Track model 2 piston rear calipers.
Since this is a race car, it’s equipped with RaceTech racing seat with TeamTech 6 point racing harness and TeamTech mesh window net for safety and to pass tech inspection.
This race winning Nissan 350Z is up for grabs through Mosing Motorcars.
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