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Old 02-26-2016, 04:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Power Chords View Post
Can you go through the gears in an automatic (hold gears)
by moving the console shift arm, or just hold gears using
the paddle shift system ?
With the sport package the auto will happily bang off the rev limiter till you pull the paddle. It will NOT upshift automatically in sport mode.
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With the sport package the auto will happily bang off the rev limiter till you pull the paddle. It will NOT upshift automatically in sport mode.

I'm asking about the center console shift between the seats, there's a
long slot on the right, and a shorter slot on the left, what can you
do there, can you go through and hold gears from there, like in
an Impala, Optima, typical newer car ?
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Originally Posted by Power Chords View Post
I'm asking about the center console shift between the seats, there's a
long slot on the right, and a shorter slot on the left, what can you
do there, can you go through and hold gears from there, like in
an Impala, Optima, typical newer car ?
Im sorry but I have no idea what youre referring to. Are you referring to the shifter?
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Im sorry but I have no idea what youre referring to. Are you referring to the shifter?


Yes thanks, the Transmission Shift Lever PRND (park reverse neutral drive)
between the seats.
I finally found the answer;
Yes it can be shifted 'manually' from it, I don't have to use the paddles
exclusively.
This is a good feature for me , especially if the car I buy doesn't
come with paddle shifters.
There's a long and a short slot on the console, the shorter one marked
with a + at one end and a - at the other, so I assume this would be the
slot that is used for the manual function. Nice....
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For the 6 speed manual , is the rev match active on the
down shifts only , or on the upshifts also ?


I understand it's an 'easy touch' clutch on the 370z , won't
'fatigue' your leg in traffic.
Do you guys find that to be the case ?
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Originally Posted by Power Chords View Post
For the 6 speed manual , is the rev match active on the
down shifts only , or on the upshifts also ?


I understand it's an 'easy touch' clutch on the 370z , won't
'fatigue' your leg in traffic.
Do you guys find that to be the case ?
Downshift only on 6speed manual. Its only on Sport Package trim. Yes, the "+" and "-" are for manually going up and down gears using the automatic transmission. Most cars have this in the last ten years....how old are?
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Originally Posted by Firebase99 View Post
.......how old are?

I was about to ask you the same question.
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Originally Posted by Power Chords View Post
I was about to ask you the same question.
37...I dont mean to be insulting but how does one not know what an automatic shifter is? My wife, who shouldnt have a license or be in control of anything with a motor, tooth brush included, knows what + and - do....lol
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37...I dont mean to be insulting but how does one not know what an automatic shifter is? My wife, who shouldnt have a license or be in control of anything with a motor, tooth brush included, knows what + and - do....lol
Great two more insults.

Its obvious English is not your first language by the way you responded
with your previous insult to a legitimate question from someone
who hasn't bought a new car in several years. In addition,
after I answered my own question since you couldn't,
you still came back with two more insults.
Please do not answer anymore more of my posts, your style
of help is not useful , nor appreciated.

I will continue to ask all the questions I have about the 370z ,
regardless of how stupid you think they are, in order that my
next ride will be everything I'm looking for.
I've read some great posts on this forum so far, and will do my
very best to avoid yours.
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Originally Posted by Power Chords View Post
Great two more insults.

Its obvious English is not your first language by the way you responded
with your previous insult to a legitimate question from someone
who hasn't bought a new car in several years. In addition,
after I answered my own question since you couldn't,
you still came back with two more insults.
Please do not answer anymore more of my posts, your style
of help is not useful , nor appreciated.

I will continue to ask all the questions I have about the 370z ,
regardless of how stupid you think they are, in order that my
next ride will be everything I'm looking for.
I've read some great posts on this forum so far, and will do my
very best to avoid yours.
I seriously didnt mean to offend you. 99.9% of the time I truly believe there is no such thing as a stupid question. Your questions arent stupid, they are extremely, and I mean extremely novice. To the likes of never, ever, driven a car. Literally. Oh and further...its the interwebs madaam, so do grow a pair.
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Originally Posted by Firebase99 View Post
I seriously didnt mean to offend you. 99.9% of the time I truly believe there is no such thing as a stupid question. Your questions arent stupid, they are extremely, and I mean extremely novice. To the likes of never, ever, driven a car. Literally. Oh and further...its the interwebs madaam, so do grow a pair.
Well if Car and Driver knows what they are talking about you sure
as #### don't:

Car And Driver;
"The gearshift sensors monitor gear position as well as side-to-side shifter movement and are sensitive enough that you can hold down the clutch pedal and watch the revs jump precisely to the right rpm if you merely hint at moving the shift lever to a lower gear. But itís not just for downshifts; SRM also sticks the engine speed at the targeted rpm during upshifts to prevent any lumpiness that might result from letting the revs drop too low. And if you push in the clutch pedal but donít change gears, the engine will adjust to the proper revs before the clutch is fully reengaged."


lol @ Novice, I learned to shift manual sticks without a clutch
30 years ago, I guess you were about 7. Drove all kinds of cars
and trucks long before you were born.

Your solution to civility is perpetual insults and telling people to grow a set ?


Run along little girl, go help other noobs with your wrong info.


The 370z is looking better the more I dig into it, automatic
or stick , they both have some very cool features, I probably need
both.
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Originally Posted by Power Chords View Post
Well if Car and Driver knows what they are talking about you sure
as #### don't:

Car And Driver;
"The gearshift sensors monitor gear position as well as side-to-side shifter movement and are sensitive enough that you can hold down the clutch pedal and watch the revs jump precisely to the right rpm if you merely hint at moving the shift lever to a lower gear. But itís not just for downshifts; SRM also sticks the engine speed at the targeted rpm during upshifts to prevent any lumpiness that might result from letting the revs drop too low. And if you push in the clutch pedal but donít change gears, the engine will adjust to the proper revs before the clutch is fully reengaged."


lol @ Novice, I learned to shift manual sticks without a clutch
30 years ago, I guess you were about 7. Drove all kinds of cars
and trucks long before you were born.

Your solution to civility is perpetual insults and telling people to grow a set ?


Run along little girl, go help other noobs with your wrong info.


The 370z is looking better the more I dig into it, automatic
or stick , they both have some very cool features, I probably need
both.
What 50+ year old who claims to have been driving stick doesnt know what an automatic shift lever is? Aside from that good luck with your mid life crisis, ill be sure to stay off the side walks. lol. The SRM does indeed assist with upshifts. I didnt know that. I guess I was so proficient it didnt blip the throttle. Youll def need it though. That big round thing..steering wheel. The place your ***** rests..your seat.
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I read about the new 2016 Infiniti Q50 Red Sport yesterday, the interesting thing is that you can get it with Nissan's new VR30DETT which is a 3.0 liter 400HP twin-turbo. Time to go back to the 300ZX?

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Originally Posted by Power Chords View Post
370z
Can you go through the gears in an automatic (hold gears)
by moving the console shift arm, or just hold gears using
the paddle shift system ?

For the 6 speed manual , is the rev match active on the
down shifts only , or on the upshifts too ?


I understand it's an 'easy touch' clutch on the 370z , won't
fatigue your leg in traffic.
Do you guys find that to be the case ?
I think you mean Daytona Blue. I've owned a 2006 6MT with rev-up DE engine rated at 300 "HP" (Nissan exaggerated their HP ratings through 2006). It was an oil burner (new) and I got rid of it.

Got into a new 2007 350z GT 6MT with the HR engine. 6 more HP on paper per Nissan, but big difference in power stock - actually 40 more HP than the 2006 in the upper RPMs. Then I did HFC's, Bassani True Dual exhaust, Injen Cold-Air intakes and an Osiris uprev dyno tune at Zcar garage for another almost 40 HP so now it puts out 75-80 HP more than a stock 2006. I am now putting 301 HP to the wheels on an SAE corrected Dynojet.

Still have the 2007. It's my daily driver when I'm not Bicycle commuting. Only have 64k miles.

I've had the opportunity to drive a 370z convertible for a week with the 7AT transmission. I really enjoyed not having to work the clutch in traffic. 1-2 shifts were enough to chirp the rear tires. The ride is great. Fun car!

I also got to drive a 370z Nismo (2014) for a week (manual). That was a treat, but my car is putting down slightly more power (we dyno'd the Nismo and my car). The ride was rough enough to dislodge a kidney so be ready for that if you consider a nismo. That car attracted attention from anyone with a heartbeat. I kid you not. the body kit, wheels and large rear wing. I felt like a celebrity driving it. It really garnered that much attention.

Overall, I like the 350z looks better that a non-nismo 370 and I think the 350z interior looks better (shapes and ergonomics - 370z has better materials, but not sure I like how everything in the 370 looks modular instead of flowing like the 350). I did get a nasty glare from the upper gauge pods in the 370. never had that with the 350. and the worst thing.. the 350 has a really nice holder for sunglasses near the sun visors. The 370z has no holder for sunglasses.

The 350z's wheel bearings are a real weak spot. not that they wear out fast, but they are not very tight even when new so under hard cornering, the brake rotor pushes the brake pads apart and the first time you are back on the brakes be prepared to double-pump them to get the brake pedal level back where it should be. It's really annoying on the track and on aggressive back-road drives. That's with the factory brembo upgrade.

The 370z (even non-nismo) is miles ahead in road-holding and grip and braking. Stock for stock the 370 will outperform. The shop owner described the 370z the best saying it feels like a fully modded 350z HR... intake, exhaust, wheels/tires, suspension. nfortunately I am still on stock 350z suspension.

Here's a blog I did comparing my car to the Nismo 370z for ebay a while ago:

http://www.ebay.com/motors/blog/revi...for-z-nirvana/

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I think you mean Daytona Blue. I've owned a 2006 6MT with rev-up DE engine rated at 300 "HP" (Nissan exaggerated their HP ratings through 2006). It was an oil burner (new) and I got rid of it.

Got into a new 2007 350z GT 6MT with the HR engine. 6 more HP on paper per Nissan, but big difference in power stock - actually 40 more HP than the 2006 in the upper RPMs. Then I did HFC's, Bassani True Dual exhaust, Injen Cold-Air intakes and an Osiris uprev dyno tune at Zcar garage for another almost 40 HP so now it puts out 75-80 HP more than a stock 2006. I am now putting 301 HP to the wheels on an SAE corrected Dynojet.

Still have the 2007. It's my daily driver when I'm not Bicycle commuting. Only have 64k miles.

I've had the opportunity to drive a 370z convertible for a week with the 7AT transmission. I really enjoyed not having to work the clutch in traffic. 1-2 shifts were enough to chirp the rear tires. The ride is great. Fun car!

I also got to drive a 370z Nismo (2014) for a week (manual). That was a treat, but my car is putting down slightly more power (we dyno'd the Nismo and my car). The ride was rough enough to dislodge a kidney so be ready for that if you consider a nismo. That car attracted attention from anyone with a heartbeat. I kid you not. the body kit, wheels and large rear wing. I felt like a celebrity driving it. It really garnered that much attention.

Overall, I like the 350z looks better that a non-nismo 370 and I think the 350z interior looks better (shapes and ergonomics - 370z has better materials, but not sure I like how everything in the 370 looks modular instead of flowing like the 350). I did get a nasty glare from the upper gauge pods in the 370. never had that with the 350. and the worst thing.. the 350 has a really nice holder for sunglasses near the sun visors. The 370z has no holder for sunglasses.

The 350z's wheel bearings are a real weak spot. not that they wear out fast, but they are not very tight even when new so under hard cornering, the brake rotor pushes the brake pads apart and the first time you are back on the brakes be prepared to double-pump them to get the brake pedal level back where it should be. It's really annoying on the track and on aggressive back-road drives. That's with the factory brembo upgrade.

The 370z (even non-nismo) is miles ahead in road-holding and grip and braking. Stock for stock the 370 will outperform. The shop owner described the 370z the best saying it feels like a fully modded 350z HR... intake, exhaust, wheels/tires, suspension. nfortunately I am still on stock 350z suspension.

Here's a blog I did comparing my car to the Nismo 370z for ebay a while ago:

http://www.ebay.com/motors/blog/revi...for-z-nirvana/
Tons of cool and useful info Bill, this post and the Blog.
There just isn't a better looking sports car over all then
the 350z, I would change nothing, and wish they'd have kept
it for the 370 (not counting the shortened chassis though).
I don't mind the modular feel so much in the 370 interior , but
there was nothing at all wrong with the 350's interior, just the
'materials' choices as you mentioned.
Notice they brought back the running light accents to the front
in the later 370 series, the 350's understated beauty of the
simple but 'large' head lamps, tail lamps and front and back
running light accents finished off the overall appearance.
I could compare the 350 design to a Stratocaster Guitar,
there are hundreds of better playing guitars out there but
it plays just fine, you can play in anywhere
and it sounds and looks great, there is nothing you can do
to the shape of the headstock, neck, body, it to make it look 'better' .
As far as color, I guess, yes it's Daytona or Midnight Blue as
I've seen in some of the later 370's.
I'm sure I'll be happy with whatever color I wind up with though
each color brings out a different feel to the over all presentation.
Black Cherry is another great color, but then they're all cool.
Considering the ride, performance, interior, and fact that odds are
I'll likely find a 370 with less miles and in better overall condition,
that's probably what I'll wind up with.
I like the 370 with or without the rear air foil, the car takes on a
slightly different tone without it. Do you have an opinion on the
practical benefits of it at highway speeds, at what speeds is it useful ?
I had a 1996 lt1 Z28 years back, the fastest I drove it was about 145,
I won't be tracking the 370 , just basic freeway trips, wondering if
I need the foil.
Also without mods, what kind of top speeds should I expect with a 7at
370 (not that I would ever run it out ha har..) .
Thanks again........
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Unless you get the nismo, stock 370z's don't have the in-your-face large spoiler. the small one that you can get on the regular 370 looks great, I think. ut as you said, it looks great without it too. I don't think the smaller one makes any difference. the larger one provides some downforce. I'm not much into top speed. mostly g-forces around corners. I had the speedo buried at the 160 limiter on mine one time for about a 30 seconds, then backed off. One of those lonely highways in the middle of nowhere where you can see down the road for 10 miles. The car is supposed to be electronically limited to 155MPH.

I do like the new LED running lights on the 370. Those look great. My blog reminded me of how much I despise the 370z seats. I just could not find a comfy position no matter what and there is no lumbar support for my size and shape. I'm 5'5" and 150 lbs. But the only way out of those seats is to get a Nismo 370z with the recarro seats. I have not tried those, but anything has to be better than the stock seats. You'll want to get a feel for those for sure. You might be fine in them.

If I was buying a z now, I'd definitely get a 370. It's just not enough of an upgrade from the 350z. the new z is just around the corner and when that hits the showroom, the 370z will plummet in value. I'd wait until the new z comes out if I was you. I was shocked and depressed about the depreciation hit on my car (a 2007) when the 370z came out in 2009. It seriously dropped by like 50% in two years. Not that I was selling, but wow... Oh and Nissan has absolutely the most horrible paint of any new car. seems I can get paint chip hitting leaves at speed. The mirrors have all their clear-coat peeling off. And I take super good care of it and it's parked in my garage at home and in a parking garage at work. so.... yeah,

I have a 4-year-old now so my next car will either be a Jeep wrangler Unlimited or a BMW M2. It's tough to satisfy both sides of my brain. the BMW, I would leave stock. the Jeep would have to be lifted with big tires. Either way, I'll be keeping the Z...


Good luck. let us know what you decide...
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Unless you get the nismo, stock 370z's don't have the in-your-face large spoiler. the small one that you can get on the regular 370 looks great, I think. ut as you said, it looks great without it too. I don't think the smaller one makes any difference. the larger one provides some downforce. I'm not much into top speed. mostly g-forces around corners. I had the speedo buried at the 160 limiter on mine one time for about a 30 seconds, then backed off. One of those lonely highways in the middle of nowhere where you can see down the road for 10 miles. The car is supposed to be electronically limited to 155MPH.

I do like the new LED running lights on the 370. Those look great. My blog reminded me of how much I despise the 370z seats. I just could not find a comfy position no matter what and there is no lumbar support for my size and shape. I'm 5'5" and 150 lbs. But the only way out of those seats is to get a Nismo 370z with the recarro seats. I have not tried those, but anything has to be better than the stock seats. You'll want to get a feel for those for sure. You might be fine in them.

If I was buying a z now, I'd definitely get a 370. It's just not enough of an upgrade from the 350z. the new z is just around the corner and when that hits the showroom, the 370z will plummet in value. I'd wait until the new z comes out if I was you. I was shocked and depressed about the depreciation hit on my car (a 2007) when the 370z came out in 2009. It seriously dropped by like 50% in two years. Not that I was selling, but wow... Oh and Nissan has absolutely the most horrible paint of any new car. seems I can get paint chip hitting leaves at speed. The mirrors have all their clear-coat peeling off. And I take super good care of it and it's parked in my garage at home and in a parking garage at work. so.... yeah,

I have a 4-year-old now so my next car will either be a Jeep wrangler Unlimited or a BMW M2. It's tough to satisfy both sides of my brain. the BMW, I would leave stock. the Jeep would have to be lifted with big tires. Either way, I'll be keeping the Z...


Good luck. let us know what you decide...
I just looked up some concept drawings / videos for the 2017 possibly
to be released jan 2017, but who knows , right......?
One video shows a back seat with nowhere to put your feet lol , let alone
legs, I think that drawing was just someone's imagination.
I wouldn't feel too bad about the price drop, I mean I've seen
it first hand as well, it seems to happen to a lot of cars these days,
2 or 3 years and it's half price or close to it, from the showroom price.
I hear ya about the two sides thing, if I don't wind up with a Z ,
I'll probably get a crossover , I'm liking the Chevy Equinox and some
others, in sedans , I like the Malibu, but don't see myself buying
a car that shuts the motor off when I stop at signals and stop signs.lol
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I just looked up some concept drawings / videos for the 2017 possibly
to be released jan 2017, but who knows , right......?
One video shows a back seat with nowhere to put your feet lol , let alone
legs, I think that drawing was just someone's imagination.
I wouldn't feel too bad about the price drop, I mean I've seen
it first hand as well, it seems to happen to a lot of cars these days,
2 or 3 years and it's half price or close to it, from the showroom price.
I hear ya about the two sides thing, if I don't wind up with a Z ,
I'll probably get a crossover , I'm liking the Chevy Equinox and some
others, in sedans , I like the Malibu, but don't see myself buying
a car that shuts the motor off when I stop at signals and stop signs.lol

Yeah, Nissan is super-tight lipped about new cars. There will not be any real leaks until the release is imminent. As you said.. just artists' speculations. I think the Japan, the 350 even has a tiny back seat. for little kids with no legs.




I'm not a fan of the motor shutting off at a stoplight. I mean, what's the failure mode of that 'feature'? Your car's battery goes out and in the old days, the alternator would see to it that you got home and it wouldn't be until you started up again that you'd realize you have a dead battery. no big deal. Now you realize this when you are at a stoplight at an intersection? or stopped on a crowded freeway at rush-hour.


Does anyone know if the newer cars have a work-around for this?


I think this will become a pandemic problem in the future as these cars hit the second and third-hand markets.
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