Nissan 350Z with a Turbo VR6

Nissan 350Z with a Turbo 2.9 L VR6

The owner of this Nissan 350Z really enjoys building projects that are challenging. For example his previous project was a DeLorean with a 2JZ. So after purchasing a clean 350Z he sold the VQ35DE V6 and set off to install a turbocharged VR6 in its place. Unfortunately there are no engine swap kits for VR6 … Read more

Nissan 350Z with a SR22VE-T

time attack Nissan 350Z with a SR22VE-T

This is Matt Eck’s amazing Nissan 350Z time attack project built by TF Works (Touge Factory) in Wheeling, Illinois. There they upgraded every single component on this car. The engine powering this beast is a SR22VE-T built by MazWorx. It comprises of a SR20DET block increased to 2.2 liters and upgraded with Darton sleeves, CP … Read more

Nissan Z33 With A 2JZ

Mercury sells cars and aero kits in Japan and to promote their newest body kit for the Fairlady Z Z33 (350Z) they built a professional drift car for Formula Drift Japan. Since the drift circuit has turned into a horsepower war, the choice was made to swap out the factory V6 for Toyota’s bulletproof 2JZ. … Read more

Nissan 350Z with 741 HP LSx Motor

Take a look at this NASA Super Unlimited Spec 2007 Nissan 350Z. The car is powered by a 427 cubic inch LSx based motor running a huge f2 Procharger. The car weighs 2,800 lbs but makes 741 RWHP. Check out the full spec list and videos below. Accel Gen 7 DFI Management Firestorm Spark Control … Read more

Drag Nissan 350Z with LS1

When you strip down a Nissan 350Z to 2650 pounds and put in a 532 horsepower and 469 lb-ft torque engine, you might have yourself a fast car. Under the hood of this red 350Z we find a LS1 with a nitrous setup. This combo gets it down the quarter-mile in 9.67 seconds at 141 … Read more

Nissan’s 350Z Super GT Car Switches to V8

Nissan has just announced their next car for the 2007 Super GT Championship will switching from a VQ30DETT engine to a VK45DE engine. The switch from a twin turbo 3.0L V6 to a naturally aspirated V8 is believed to be in response to Toyota’s 2006 Championship win using their SC430. Apparently there are fewer air … Read more