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Old 10-26-2011, 09:56 AM   #1
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If you’ve ever wanted to extend your love of the iconic Nissan Z-car from the street to the track, now is a good time to take action. Nissan Motorsports is now offering Nissan 370Z race cars for customer orders. The track-ready Nissan 370Z NISMO RC is based on the street legal Z-car, but is significantly lighter and fitted with a A-compliant roll cage, fire extinguisher, racing seat and numerous NISMO performance upgrades. The Nissan 370Z NISMO RC has been designed to conform to International FIA GT4 and World Challenge GTS class specifications. With some modifications, the Nissan 370Z NISMO RC can also compete in the Grand Am Continental Tire Challenge GS class. Weighing in at 2,954 lbs., the Nissan 370Z NISMO RC features NISMO race exhaust, NISMO tuned ECM, high capacity NISMO clutch, flywheel, engine oil, transmission and differential coolers and a Recaro racing seat with 6-point racing harness. A Sparco racing steering wheel and a revamped
and race-ready carbon fiber switch panel are also part of the RC package. The 3.7 liter Nissan VQ37VHR powerplant is rated at 355 horsepower and 276 ft. lbs. of torque. Numerous hose and connector upgrades have been added to meet the rigorous demands of track use.









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Old 10-26-2011, 12:11 PM   #2
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Man, look at the detail with that kit!!! Is that 1/10th scale?!



































Joking/joking! lol

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How much????
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Interesting the Whole ABS ON/Off switch
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Interesting the Whole ABS ON/Off switch
Thats a simple mod. Many wire in a switch to disable the abs. Makes it alot easier to do burn outs.
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Old 10-26-2011, 01:26 PM   #7
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I'll take two, please!
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Thats a simple mod. Many wire in a switch to disable the abs. Makes it alot easier to do burn outs.
And skid racin!

But idk about this... Doesn't look factory to me. There's no Nissan branding on the wheel or seat, and a standard label maker from Office Depot was used to label the switches. Doesn't look like a factory race car. It looks more like a car someone built.
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^I agree.
It's a little to crude for me and no passenger seat.
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whats on the bottom left hand corner of the rear bumper? Like where the tailpipe should stick out it looks like a light or something...wtf is that? lol
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I got all the info from a friend that works for Cooporate Nissan outside of Nashville. It's legit.
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I like this

ABS off switch

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whats on the bottom left hand corner of the rear bumper? Like where the tailpipe should stick out it looks like a light or something...wtf is that? lol
Flame arrestor in the exhaust tip.
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My guess would be that this is the (somewhat crude) prototype. The final production vehicles will probably have better switches, labeling, etc.

Gotta love the cable running under the steering wheel, zip tied to the vent and jury-rigged to a big ugly lever.
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Nice! There should be a lot interest in this one. What took them so long?
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Love the front bumper.
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Also on Autoblog. 355HP from exhaust and re tune?
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Nice! There should be a lot interest in this one. What took them so long?
A lot of interest? You're kidding right?

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Also on Autoblog. 355HP from exhaust and re tune?
Normal Nismo is 350 so a different exhaust could easily be 355. The tune is probably the same.
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seen one in person at Road Atlanta, pretty cool
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No.
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